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A woman dying from leukemia accuses TSA screeners of making her pull back her bandages from surgery during a pat-down.

Michelle Dunaj tells KOMO-TV that the security agents at Seattle’s Sea-Tac Airport refused her request to give her a private screening, saying that the bandages being pulled back were holding feeding tubes in place.

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