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Despite exercising regularly, eating organically and not having a family history of breast cancer, singer/songwriter Margo Rey was diagnosed with the disease. She first appeared on "The Doctors" in 2010 along with her fiancé, comedian Ron White, who found the lump on Margo’s breast. Margo, Ron and oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro, M.D. rejoin "The Doctors" two-and-a-half years after Margo underwent an innovative nipple-sparing mastectomy to report on how she is doing since the operation.