Jeras made the decision to undergo the surgery because she has a family history of the disease. Doctors found a small tumor that had a 15 percent chance of becoming cancerous, Jeras revealed.
“That makes me feel better about doing what I did. It just kind of confirms that the risk was definitely there,” she said.
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