Terry-Ann M. Ramjus

My name is Terry-Ann Ramjus, I was diagnosed with stage 3A Invasive Ductal Carcinoma on July 2013 at age 32.  I was diagnosed between summer semesters of an Optometry school program at InterAmerican University in Puerto Rico. Read More...

Terry-Ann M. Ramjus2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Noemi Karina Rada

I was diagnosed with breast cancer over a year ago, the day before my daughter’s 8th birthday, after multiple tests and doctor’s appointments.  Read More...

Noemi Karina Rada2018-08-30T21:57:58+00:00

Ana Sara Hauer

My name is Ana Sara, and I am a Breast Cancer Survivor! I was diagnosed in 2009 at age 47, but the news belittled me to the point where I felt like a child. Read More...

Ana Sara Hauer2018-08-30T21:58:11+00:00

Angelina Abraham

I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer a couple months after my 40th birthday. Until this point, I had undergone 2 mammograms, an ultrasound, and a biopsy but I still thought everything was fine. Read More...

Angelina Abraham2018-08-30T21:58:21+00:00

Betty Stover

My breast cancer journey started in April 2008 with a diagnosis of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ. My family lives out of state, so I relied on friends, church family, and the support group Read More...

Betty Stover2018-08-30T21:58:31+00:00

Carol Burpeau

In 2012, I celebrated my 50th birthday in Machu Picchu; six months later I was diagnosed with breast cancer. When I learned of my diagnosis...Read More...

Carol Burpeau2018-08-30T21:58:40+00:00

Elena Ripoll

I was diagnosed at the age of 40. The diagnosis was unexpected, and quite daunting. I had not sought, or even thought, about needing a mammogram at that time. One of my dear friends gave me a coupon for a free mammogram, and even made the appointment for me.

Elena Ripoll2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Rosa V. Storr

God showered me with grace, mercy and favor by allowing me to survive breast cancer. I’ve lost many friends, yet he chose to heal me. I am so very grateful. I refuse to take one single day for granted. I’ve deliberately chosen to live my life without sweating the small stuff.

Rosa V. Storr2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Stella Aricape

From an early age I suffered pain and sensitivity in my breasts. I was told that this was due to the dense nature of the breast tissue. In 1997 I was diagnosed with atypical cells. My initial thought and question for my doctor was if I had cancer; he told me no, but that I should be vigilant.

Stella Aricape2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00

Cindy Papale

Since my breast cancer diagnosis in July 2000 I became a strong advocate for breast cancer. At the time of my diagnosis, I worked for a surgical oncologist at the University of Miami’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. From the moment I was diagnosed, I knew too well what I was in for.....

Cindy Papale2018-08-06T12:06:05+00:00
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