October 21, 2021

Breast Cancer

Non-profit Libby's Legacy advocates for patients and their families

Amy Keller | 9/28/2021

Robin Maynard-Harris was working as an Orange County crime scene investigator when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. “Obviously, I was upset, but I just thought she was going to have a double mastectomy and chemo and she was going to live for another 25 years because that’s what both my grandmothers did before her,” Maynard-Harris recalls.

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