Diagnosed at the age of 29, I truly believe in educating people about the importance of early detection and also providing support services to assist patients while in treatment. These are key elements to a person’s survivorship.
- Beth, 18-year Breast Cancer Survivor
In 1995, I lost my grandmother to breast cancer. My mother was 51 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999, Three years ago, my sis- ter was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 42. Having a family history of this disease with two young daughters of my own made me want to do something more to raise money for research and treatment of this disease.
-Jeff, Founder of Crawling for a Cure