Woman With Breast Cancer Credits 'Grey's Anatomy' With Saving Her Life
One year after her breast cancer diagnosis and cancer-free at last, Sarit Fishbaine still firmly believes she owes her life to "Grey's Anatomy."
It's a story the show's creator, Shonda Rhimes, called "humbling" to read about.
During an interview with Yahoo! Parenting, the Israel resident explained how she'd been to see a doctor for a routine checkup at age 34.
The mother of three, who was nursing at the time, was told the doctor found a suspicious lump, but it was most likely extra milk collecting in one area of the tissue.
Six months later, however, Fishbaine sat down in front of an eerily similar episode of "Grey's Anatomy" in which a young mom's breast cancer was misdiagnosed as, you guessed it, gathering milk.