A Georgia woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer thinks it happened to her to save her husband’s life, according to a Tuesday report.
ABC News said Dolly Stringer shaved her head before starting chemotherapy and, to show support, her husband of nearly 20 years did the same.
But when Bud Stringer shaved his hair, his family reportedly noticed a black patch on his head.
A biopsy showed it was stage three malignant melanoma, according to the article.
ABC News said the two, who are staying upbeat, have both gone through surgeries and are continuing their treatments. Read more from ABC News.
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