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Tried-and-true methods still important for detecting breast cancer

9:15 PM, Oct. 3, 2013
Lori Reindl of Manitowoc, a Holy Family Memorial breast cancer patient, is comforted by her dachshunds, Riley, foreground, and Pebbles.
Lori Reindl of Manitowoc, a Holy Family Memorial breast cancer patient, is comforted by her dachshunds, Riley, foreground, and Pebbles.
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Thanks to a self-breast exam, Lori Reindl of Manitowoc discovered she had breast cancer.

And thanks to local medical professionals, along with the support of family and friends, she is battling the disease, which kills more than 41,000 people in the United States annually.

Reindl, 55, was diagnosed in February after performing a self-breast exam and finding a lump in her right breast. ...

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