TUESDAY, May 19, 2015 (NBC News) — The waiting room at Invision Sally Jobe, a clinic near Denver, is nicely decorated, bright and comfortable. But Lori Heid doesn’t look comfortable sitting in a corner chair, waiting to be called in for her appointment.
“I’m extremely nervous right now,” she said. “Anticipation more than anything. And probably the fear of the unknown. At least once I have my results, I’ll have options.”
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