A Lee's Summit two-time breast cancer survivor is sharing her story about how a unique clinic helped her stay one step ahead of the deadly disease, and potentially saved her life.

Both times, Kathy Asel's cancer was caught at a very early stage before it had a chance to spread. 

FOX4 talked to Dr. Ruby Meierotto, breast radiologist with Saint Lukes' Cancer Institute, about how Saint Luke's High-Risk Breast Clinic is designed to help others like Kathy.

Watch the full story below.

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