Faces of a Warrior | 2016
Inspired, supported, and encouraged are not words normally associated with breast cancer. However, to shine light on such a difficult diagnosis and journey, Susan G. Komen Miami/Ft. Lauderdale launched the Faces of a Warrior Mentorship Program. Through this initiative, men and women are invited to share their story; from their breast cancer diagnosis to how they have thrived after it. Stories will be shared via our website, social media, eblasts, signage at event(s), as well as additional marketing pieces throughout the year.
I feel blessed to have survived breast cancer. Following a routine checkup, cancer was detected during its initial stages. In my case, the diagnosis of Ductal Carcinoma In Situ came early enough where I didn't need chemotherapy or radiation.
My name is Pamela and I am a breast cancer survivor. People often ask me how breast cancer has affected my life. And my response is simple - breast cancer did not affect my life, it consumed it. My journey to recovery led to a new beginning.
“I'm a Breast Cancer Survivor!” I never thought I would say those words! I sat in the doctor’s office, my loving husband Ken beside me, awaiting the news that would change my life forever. When the doctor said...
My name is Elisa and I am a 12-year breast cancer conqueror. I never expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer especially since I have a large family with no prior history. In August 2004, a few months after my annual wellness exam...
My name is Marilyn and I am an 11 year survivor of Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC). My battle with breast cancer began in May 2005 when I self-detected a lump protruding through my skin.
My name is Sonya and I am a breast cancer survivor. My fight against cancer started at 27 years old, when my first mammogram revealed a benign lump. n the years that followed, I had to have numerous needle aspirations....