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Married 11 Days

I was only 25 years old (and married 11 days) when I received the call that forever changed my life. Breast cancer. My doctor calmly explained that I would need to either have chemo and radiation, or a mastectomy to remove the tumor. I immediately crumbled to the floor and cried under my desk...

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Jennifer's Story

In November of 2011, my doctor called to tell me I had an abnormal mammogram. The phone call startled me, but I wasn't worried. I felt great and was healthy as a horse.

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Help Her Get Life Saving Breast Cancer Treatment
Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among women in Louisiana. While treatment is available, some women have trouble getting the care they need to stay alive. Many rural and urban cancer patients have very limited resources, and money for transportation is often beyond their budget -- even when that transportation is to a potentially life‐saving treatment appointment. This results in missed appointments, disease progression, and premature death. The Louisiana Cancer Prevention and Control Program hopes to dramatically reduce or eliminate the number of missed appointments by providing local, non-emergency transportation for uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ will help a breast cancer patient in Louisiana get the care she needs. Thank you!

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