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“”t began with a small, hard ball un-der the skin of her left breast. “It felt like a frozen pea,” says Eli Selden. She pointed it out to her gynecologist during a routine K / exam. The doctor felt it. reassured her that it was probably nothing, but noted that since Selden, then 43, was due for her yearly mammogram soon anyway, why not move it up a few months?
Her doctor was right. The frozen pea was nothing, just a small mass of calcified tissue, a common and typically harmless condition. But Selden is convinced it was her fears about the pea that made the mammographer look more closely at the film, which revealed a barely discernible mass at nine o’clock on her right breast. Unsure exactly what it was, the mammographer immediately called in the staff sonogram technician to perform a more comprehensive test. That was when the fear began to take shape for Selden, a successful talent manager in Hollywood who oversees the careers of actors such as Samuel L. Jackson and Elizabeth McGovern. She’d been so certain the mammogram would be routine, she had booked several meetings for later that afternoon.
“On the mammogram, I really couldn’t see anything,” Selden remembers.
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