Cessnock's Tracey Duncan urges women to book their breast screening appointments after cancer diagnosis

Krystal Sellars
By Krystal Sellars
October 19 2021 - 6:00pm
EMPOWERING: Cessnock resident Tracey Duncan with some of the breast cancer awareness T-shirts she has bought since she was diagnosed in May this year. Picture: Krystal Sellars

Women are being urged not to delay their mammograms after new data revealed a significant decline in breast cancer screenings during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Krystal Sellars

Krystal Sellars

Senior Journalist

Krystal Sellars is the Senior Journalist at the Cessnock Advertiser. Born and raised in Cessnock, she started her journalism career at the Advertiser in 2006 after completing a Bachelor of Communication at the University of Newcastle. Contact her on krystal.sellars@cessnockadvertiser.com.au.

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