Chloe Titus has always been active: hiking, running half marathons, playing with her niece and nephews, and planning for her future. But Chloe tested positive for BRCA 2 gene mutation, which she says put her at very high risk (87%) of getting breast cancer.
She opted to go to Jackson for a double mastectomy with Dr. Randy Kjorstad and reconstruction with Dr. John Payne.
Chloe says her chance of getting breast cancer is now 2-4%, and she is back to dreaming about her future. She even got married.
“I am just happy to be here — without the thought of cancer invading my life,” Chloe said.