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Ann Meeteetse, WY Breast Cancer Survivor Be Fearless Even though she is in her 70s, breast cancer did not stop Elizabeth “Ann”, nor her sense of humor. Ann’s battle began in January 2018 with the double mastectomy on Valentine’s Day. Initially, it was overwhelming but then she settled into the fact that it’s “basically fat” they removed. Ann has two daughters who are nurses, so they kept her informed and comforted throughout the journey. Having her infusion at Billings Clinic Cody was a blessing for Ann, her husband Charlie and the rest of her family because it kept her close to home. She spent up to 5 hours at the clinic several days a week and it was only 32 miles from her home in Meeteetse. She speaks highly of Dr. Cesar Ochoa and Physician Assistant Betsey Neddermeyer. Ann continues to live life to the fullest, raising her 10-month-old great-grandson with her husband. She also drives the Meeteetse recreation bus every Thursday so she can keep up on the latest town gossip from the ladies who ride. She loves spending more time with her kids, grandkids and great grandkids. If you ever have the pleasure to meet Ann, she can fill you in on all the history in Cody. Her best advice to others is to check your breasts regularly and get your yearly mammogram! Learn more about Ann’s story at mammogram call 406-238-2501. . To schedule your

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