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ESPN Reporter Hannah Storm Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis

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Hannah Storm has revealed that she recently battled breast cancer. While appearing on Good Morning America on Tuesday (March 19), the 61-year-old co-anchor of ESPN’s SportsCenter said that she received her diagnosis in January after she went for her yearly mammogram in November 2023. Keep reading to find out more…“I kind of didn’t hear anything at first, and I thought that was a little odd,” Hannah recalled. “Usually, you hear right away, ‘Everything’s fine.’” After getting in contact with the place where she had her mammogram done, Hannah was told that she needed to get an ultrasound because she had “dense breasts.” She was already familiar with the imaging test because she’d done it before. “[I] have my ultrasound in early January and they come back right away this time and they say, ‘You know, we’re seeing something.

We don’t think it’s anything. It’s probably nothing at all, but we’d like you to have a biopsy,’” Hannah explained. “So I’m back a week later for a biopsy, and [the] call came less than 24 hours later.

The doctor said, ‘I’m so surprised, but you have ductal carcinoma in situ. You have DCIS, the earliest form of breast cancer.’” Hannah said she was “shocked” by the diagnosis since she had gone regularly for mammograms. “I had no risk factors.

I have no breast cancer in my family. I did not have a lump. I did not have pain. I don’t have any genetic predisposition to breast cancer,” Hannah said. “And what I came to learn is the vast majority of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer, don’t have risk factors, and so, I gotta say, I was shocked, scared.” Since her cancer was still in the early stages, Hannah was able to have a lumpectomy, which is a surgical procedure that removes the cancer or other

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