No One Should Wait A Year For Treatment
Angela was a few years into her jail sentence when she found the lump in her left breast. The prison doctor examined her, but it took a year to get a biopsy and an official diagnosis: like others in her family, she had breast cancer.
Meanwhile, her cancer spread
The Flights That Save Breast Cancer Patients' Lives
The physical, emotional, and financial strain that come with a breast cancer diagnosis is immense, but for LeeAnn, and for others like her, distance compounds that strain. LeeAnn had to drive 500 miles just to reach her life-saving chemotherapy appointments. For some women, that kind of distance can make treatment impossible to access.
That's where Pink Ribbon Flights of Hope steps in. This special project works to fund flights to lifesaving treatment.Read All About It!