Diagnosed at the ages of 39 and 43, breast cancer was a familiar term to us, but we never anticipated it would weave itself into the fabric of our lives. Today, in our first year post-diagnosis, we proudly wear the badge of survivors, even though the world around us has been permanently altered.
We count ourselves among the fortunate ones, possessing insurance and the means to pursue top-tier medical care. However, we are acutely aware that many others are not as fortunate as we are.
ON ANY GIVEN DAY: Through the Komen Patient Care Center, we have the privilege of enabling individuals from coast to coast to access the knowledge, support, and resources necessary to navigate their own breast health journeys. Susan G. Komen’s mission is to ensure that no one faces this battle alone, and together, we aim to make the world a better place for those affected by breast cancer.
We (Stephanie Singletary & Pamela Wilson) walk not only for ourselves but also in support of the ongoing research striving to find a cure. Join us for the walk, or donate if you can. We appreciate the support! Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer.