Chasity Pennington didn’t plan on getting her mammogram last year.
It’s a good thing she did. If she hadn’t, it might have been too late to help her today.
“To me, it is God’s work,” the Oliver Springs woman said. “If I had waited even a year, the outcome would have been totally different.”
Pennington was diagnosed and treated for an aggressive form of breast cancer shortly after her mammogram by the University of Tennessee Medical Center mobile mammography unit.