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By sharing personal stories, you can help others connect with the right radiologist. There is no greater compliment to Wake Radiology than to hear the stories of our patients and how we have impacted their lives.

Share your story! Please tell about your experience at Wake Radiology. Your experience can make a difference in the lives of others with a similar diagnosis.  Share your story 

 

I Never Thought It’d Be Me: Tara Sparks

Tara Sparks, a mother of three and a wife for 23 years, didn’t think that a routine screening for breast cancer was something that could benefit her. But, that was before a surprising life twist and some amazing community support. Today, she’s proud to be both an advocate for screening mammography and a breast cancer survivor. Learn more…


Going The Extra Mile: Kay Casper’s Story

A breast cancer diagnosis can leave a woman feeling defeated and hopeless. Family and friends rally support and offer to help — and that means the world. But, compassionate, respectful care from from your healthcare team can be a source of unexpected strength. Read Kay Casper’s story about how a dedicated care team directly impacted how she was able to fight this disease.

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The Women in the Center Ring

Behind those pink gloves, there is a story, a very personal story about how each of these women faced her breast cancer. While these women may look like someone you know — a sister, mom, or friend — they are extremely special to us. Learn more…


James Smith – a Grateful MRI Patient

For nearly 58 years James Smith (patient’s name has been changed to protect his privacy), has defied the odds. He has lived with a rare, undiagnosed congenital condition. It’s called a diaphragmatic hernia. In Smith’s case, his is an even rarer type called Morgagni’s hernia. Learn more…


Anita Jacobs

Anita Jacobs (patient’s name has been changed to protect her identity) had her first run in with breast cancer at age 46. Learn more…


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