She’s teamed up with the Austral University Hospital in Pilar, Argentina to get needy women through the door to find out their breast cancer status, which can be their first brush with modern medical care.

“It’s not just the mammogram. If you find something, you have to do a second ultrasound or mammogram, and then once something is detected then they will pay for it. The state will take over,” said Kampshoff.

When Kampshoff returns to Argentina this November, she expects to have helped 200 women already to get the diagnostics we take for granted.

She says it’s just the beginning of what she hopes will one day be a worldwide program.