In the Pink

Faces of a Warrior: Michelle Brimberry

The day I was diagnosed with cancer, I fell to my knees praying. I asked God to help me because I didn’t want to leave my children...
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Faces of a Warrior: Ida Cash

As I reflect over the past ten years, the fact that I triumphed over breast cancer has encouraged me to live my life with a new found zest. I try to focus on...
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Faces of a Warrior: Hilda Moran

I discovered a mass in my right breast at the worst of times; I was on vacation in Mexico with my daughter Ana Maria. I remember waking up, walking to...
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Faces of a Warrior: Mary Caldwell

In June 2012, I went in for my yearly mammogram and the results showed everything was normal. Later that year, I casually ran my hand across my right breast, and ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Tamara B. Rodriguez

If I had to use 2 words to describe myself before my diagnosis, it would have been: independent and feminine. After my diagnosis, at the age of 35, I felt ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Tiffany Davis

My name is Tiffany Davis and I am a 30 year old Miami Native. While making the transition from college to career I noticed a small lump in the ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Cynthia Fernandez

I discovered a hard mass in my right breast while performing a monthly self-awareness exam. My findings were strange and I was immediately frightened ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Holly DeWitt

2015 can easily be described as one of the worst years of my life. No words can describe the whirlwind of emotions when the doctor told me I had breast cancer ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Silvana Granthon

I thought 2016 was going to be my year. So much to do, so much to accomplish! But on February 2016, I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer ...
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Faces of a Warrior: Bethany Reeb-Sutherland

On April 7, 2016, a little over 2 weeks after having my second child, I was diagnosed with Stage 3 ER+ breast cancer. This seemed almost impossible to me ...
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How You Can Give at Work

Imagine being able to stop breast cancer. You have the opportunity to designate Susan G. Komen for the Cure® as the beneficiary of your payroll deduction contributions.
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