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Stage IV At 22

In February of 2015, I was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic breast cancer. I had just turned 22 years old, and was attending college, working, and engaged to my high school sweetheart. The cancer had spread to my lymph nodes, chest bones, and hip bone…

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Believe in Life

In 2011, I was 30, and I felt there was something wrong with me. I went from doctor to doctor — they always said I was stressed. My "voice inside" said it was something more serious. In 2008, I dreamed that a doctor told me I had cancer and I needed an immediate mastectomy. I had it checked…

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Pink Ribbon Flights of Hope

The hard truth is that many in need of aggressive, life-saving treatments are unable to access that essential care. If a medical specialist is not available in their city, many patients go without the care that could be the difference between life and death. With your support, we can raise $5,000 to help provide 10 different women with life-saving Pink Ribbon Flights of Hope, giving them access to the breast cancer treatment they desperately need. Every $1 donated equals 1 mile of lifesaving travel. 100% of your donation will directly support flights!

100% of your donations through this Gift That Gives More™ will go towards supporting these flights. Thank you!

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