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Elvira’s Story

Gabbi : July 20, 2016 6:27 pm : Events, Young Cancer Survivors

We are so thankful for anyone who is willing to share their breast cancer story and why they participate in the Pink Ribbon Run. Here is Elvira’s story:

“I am a mom of 2 beautiful boys (16 and 17), I immigrated from Bosnia and Herzegovina to U.S in 1997 and have lived here since. In 2011, at age 36 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After several visits to IA City Hospital to figure out why I was diagnosed at such young age it was determined that I had a genetic BRCA1 gene. I immediately had a bilateral mastectomy and went through chemotherapy due to cancer spreading to my lymph nodes. It was a tough year but with family support and my own motivation I survived. I started Pink Ribbon Run in 2013 and have gone together with my sister (who is my biggest supporter) to each one. I feel that if I can go and encourage others to go we can raise money and awareness to fight against breast cancer. Since my first run the “TEAM Elvira” has been increasing with support and family members. I enjoy the run and hope to raise awareness and bring comfort to those who are going through the same thing I did so they know they aren’t alone.”

Thank you Elvira! You can join Team Elvira by participating in this year’s run. The 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and University of Iowa Community Credit Union. Breast cancer survivors receive free registration thanks to Survivor Sponsor, Community Auto Group.

 

Elvira is in the front row. #162. Notice she is wearing just a couple strands of beads. This was her first year at the Pink Ribbon Run as a breast cancer survivor.

Elvira is in the front row. #162. Notice she is wearing one strand of beads. This was her first year as a breast cancer survivor.

The start of the 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Run. Elvira is right in the front row.

The start of the 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Run. Elvira is right in the front row.

 

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Michelle’s Story

Gabbi : June 17, 2016 5:59 pm : Events, Young Cancer Survivors

Twelve years ago, Pam Dowie was grieving the death of her beautiful daughter Michelle, who died much too soon, from breast cancer at the young age of 33. Ten years ago, Pam, her daughter DeeDee and a small committee of women put that grief into action and decided to put together a run/walk event to honor women with breast cancer.

PRR 2014_19

Michelle’s legacy continues through her sisters and nieces.



“When Michelle was battling cancer, friends, neighbors and family members stepped up and paid her children’s day care, brought meals to her home, took her to chemo and visited her often. After one day of sitting in chemo with another young mother who had to go back to work that day because she needed the money, Michelle commented how lucky she was because she had good insurance, and an understanding employer. She felt bad for women who had to deal with all the problems that cancer throws at you. It was her wish to do something about these issues.  So that is why my daughter DeeDee Weber and I are involved and are so very committed to help see that the wonderful work of the Beyond Pink TEAM continues and flourishes!”

 

There was one stipulation, made by the committee when giving the money for the first time to the Beyond Pink TEAM. The committee, Pam especially, wanted to make sure that at least some of the money would go toward having events for young women with breast cancer.

Pam (left) poses with Angela Hamilton. Who spoke in 2012 at the Pink Ribbon Run about what Young Cancer Survivors means to her. YCS is a group that was created in honor of Michelle's wish that there be more services for young women.

Pam (left) poses with Angela Hamilton. Who spoke in 2012 at the Pink Ribbon Run about what Young Cancer Survivors means to her. YCS is a group that was created in honor of Michelle’s wish that there be more services for young women.

“When my daughter Michelle was diagnosed at 29 there were not many resources available to her. There was not the awareness that breast cancer was a disease that affected young women. There was not a support group that helped her with the issues she was dealing with as a young wife and mother,” reflects Pam.

 

The Pink Ribbon Run is now celebrating its 10th year. 10 years of raising funds. 10 years of helping families navigate a cancer diagnosis. 10 years of offering hugs, support and advocacy. In that ten years, Michelle’s memory has always been honored by “Team Tink.” Tink was Michelle’s nickname, and it became the name of the team who has walked the Avon walk in Chicago and had wonderful representation each year at the Pink Ribbon Run.

 

How would Michelle feel about the success of the Pink Ribbon Run? “She would be so very, very proud of the success of the Pink Ribbon Run. The awareness it brings, the support for survivors,  and the huge community of women involved,” Pam said.  “All the work and the services that the Beyond Pink TEAM organization provides- so much of what she saw as needs have been addressed because of the money raised.

The fact that the Run is approaching 10 years is amazing…I hoped for maybe 5 years!  Every year it grows and becomes an integral part of October. I really don’t see it stopping until we have a CURE!”

TEAM TINK in 2014

TEAM TINK in 2014

When you sign up this year for the 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run, think of Michelle. Find a member of TEAM TINK and give them a high five or a hug. It is through their loss, that the Beyond Pink TEAM is able to give back so much.

The 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and University of Iowa Community Credit Union. The Survivor Sponsor is Community Auto Group. All breast cancer survivors receive free registration, thanks to the Survivor Sponsor.

 

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Advocacy

My Experience with the NBCC conference and Lobby Day

Gabbi : June 11, 2013 12:37 pm : Advocacy, From the Team

Jeanne Rothamel (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) meet with Senator Tom Harkin

Jeanne Rothamel (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) meet with Senator Tom Harkin while lobbying in Washington D.C.

The educational opportunities were amazing at the NBCC conference.  Not just from the medical side, but from the professional woman aspect.  The small group meetings with the speakers offered the opportunity to comfortably ask questions of the researchers and physicians.  Lobby Day was a new experience for me, becoming more comfortable as the day progressed.  My medical background proved beneficial.  We were welcomed into each meeting, the aides and congressmen were very receptive, making for a positive experience.  It was good to be an Iowan that day and I was happy to be a part of the BPT contingent. – Jeanne Rothamel

resz 2013 NBCC with Fran Visco

Beyond Pink TEAM advocates from (L-R): Jeanne Rothamel, Dee Hughes, NBCC’s Fran Visco, Lori Seawel, Christine Carpenter, Kristin Tieg Torres

 

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New Advocate Travels to Washington DC

Gabbi : May 29, 2013 3:09 pm : Advocacy, From the Team, Uncategorized

I recently returned from my first National Breast Cancer Coalition Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC.

Washington DC 2013-3

BPT Advocates L-R: Jeanne Rothamel, Lori Seawel, Kristin Tieg Torres and Dee Hughes

During the inspiring 4 day experience I learned from leading world scientists that we will find a cure for Breast Cancer using innovative, evidence based research.
NBCC has established an umbrella organization called The Artemis Project where researchers and scientists come together, share their knowledge and research projects to work on the common goal of ending breast cancer.
They are currently 2-3 years away from starting clinical trials for a Breast Cancer Vaccine.

Kristin Tieg Torres (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) with Dr. Slamon, the doctor who invented Herceptin

Kristin Tieg Torres (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) with Dr. Slamon, the doctor who invented Herceptin

All of the past funding, pink ribbons and promotions haven’t kept people from dying of Breast Cancer.  The mortality rate from Breast Cancer has only been reduced slightly, one person dies every 14 minutes from the disease.

We all need to support NBCC and their goal to end Breast Cancer by the year 2020.  For our sake, our children’s sake and the entire world – we cannot wait.

-Kristin Teig Torres, Breast Cancer Survivor/NBCC Advocate & Activist
www.breastcancerdeadline2020.org for more information.

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From The Team

Ad-dditional ways to raise money!

Gabbi : December 3, 2013 6:06 pm : From the Team, Fundraiser

The folks at Cedar Valley Saver in Waterloo/Cedar Falls thought of a very creative way to raise funds for the Beyond Pink TEAM. They sold ads for the October issue of the CV Saver with a percentage of the ad sales going to benefit the Beyond Pink TEAM. Over $200 was donated to help local women in our community. Businesses that bought ads included; Great Clips, Famous Dave’s, Chem Dry, Plaid Peacock, B&B Farm Store, A& M Windows Doors and More, Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Tomboy Tools and AireServe Heating and Air Conditioning. We are so thankful for small businesses, finding ways to make a BIG difference in our community. Thanks to the Cedar Valley Saver and their advertisers.

 

BPT member Gabbi DeWitt accepts check from Nancy Bly of the CV Saver.

BPT member Gabbi DeWitt accepts check from Nancy Bly of the CV Saver.

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Breast Cancer Deadline 2020 Update

Gabbi : December 3, 2013 4:38 pm : Advocacy, From the Team

Breast Cancer Deadline 2020 Update

Breast Cancer Awareness Month has come and gone, and with it came a change in the conversation. While the press coverage this year included articles about local runs and survivor stories and reminders to get mammograms, there was a noticeable focus on research to prevent breast cancer. The shift in conversation was not confined to the media. In the public policy realm, Congresswoman Shelley Capito delivered a speech from the floor of the House of Representatives imploring her colleagues to support the Accelerating the End of Breast Cancer Act.

On the radio waves during October, Beyond Pink TEAM advocates Lori Seawel and Christine Carpenter talked about Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® on KXEL 1540 and on KBBG 88.1 FM, respectively. In social media, Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® advocates were encouraged to make #BCD2020 a trending topic on Twitter.

And the conversation among the scientists is shifting as well. At a recent event of the medical faculty and staff at a major medical institution, National Breast Cancer Coalition, NBCC, president Fran Visco asked why she—a patient advocate—was invited to speak about NBCC and its work, when the usual choice would be to invite a doctor or a researcher. Visco was told the medical community is well aware of Breast Cancer Deadline 2020® and not only do they talk about it, the deadline informs their work and they wanted to hear from NBCC what advocates want from the research community.

 

Through the generous support of the National Philanthropic Trust, NBCC also awarded a grant to Dr. Gregory Hannon, Professor and HHMI Investigator at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Dr. H. Kim Lyerly, George Barth Gellar Professor of Cancer Research, Duke University School of Medicine. Drs. Hannon and Lyerly will collaborate on efforts to evaluate the biology of human ductal carcimona in situ (DCIS) through sequencing (RNAseq). DCIS is not cancer, yet it is treated as such. Many women with DCIS receive toxic therapy that will not help them, but will cause harm. Addressing the issue of DCIS is part of NBCC’s Artemis Project®. Investigators will use next-generation sequencing to generate profiles from single (DCIS) lesions and will carry out laboratory tests to evaluate signaling and immune responses. Further, the investigators plan to determine whether differences among DCIS lesions relate to different subtypes of invasive breast cancer. Another goal of the research is to analyze the healthy tissue surrounding DCIS lesions, to gain a better understanding of how disease progresses from DCIS to invasive cancer.

To learn more about the Breast Cancer Deadline 2020, the Artemis Project, or the National Breast Cancer Coalition check out breastcancerdeadline2020.org.

 

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Fundraiser

Ocwen Fundraising

Gabbi : December 3, 2013 3:43 pm : From the Team, Fundraiser, Uncategorized

Ocwen Loan Servicing (previously GMAC) conducted several fundraisers in October with the funds raised to be donated to the Beyond Pink TEAM.

Ocwen employees raised $2872 during the month of October.

Kim Jensen, breast cancer survivor and Ocwen employee, presents BPT president Dee Hughes with a check from October fundraisers

Kim Jensen, breast cancer survivor and Ocwen employee, presents BPT president Dee Hughes with a check from October fundraisers

Fundraisers Included:

Pink Hair
Cookies
Casual Days
Bake Sale
Angels
Thirty One Bags

Thank you Ocwen for your continuing support of the Beyond Pink TEAM! We couldn’t do what we do, with out the support of local businesses and their generous employees!

 

 

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Eagles Roost- Tutus for Ta-tas

Gabbi : October 1, 2013 7:44 pm : From the Team, Fundraiser

It never ceases to amaze us what creative fundraisers people come up with to support the Beyond Pink TEAM! The Eagles Roost in Hazleton, IA raised over $2500 with their fun-draiser! It sounded like a great time was had by all!

BPT member Gabbi DeWitt accepts check from the Eagles Roost.

BPT member Gabbi DeWitt accepts check from the Eagles Roost.

EVENT: TuTu’s for Ta-Ta’s

WHAT:  A fun group of men traveled from town to town (starting and ending in Hazleton) collecting donations while wearing  lovely Pink TuTus!!!  The boys headed back down to The Roost for food, entertainment and lots of fun!!! There was also be a live auction.

WHY: The Eagles Roost is in its 2nd year of raising funds to benefit the Beyond Pink TEAM- a non-profit organization that provides breast cancer prevention, support, education, and advocacy for comprehensive quality care in the Cedar Valley and surrounding communities.

WHERE: Eagles Roost at 108 Main Street in Hazleton.

WHEN: Saturday, October 5, 2013. Watch for more information- they say there will be another event next October!

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Splash Of Color

Splash of Color 2nd Annual 3K Walk

Cathy : September 12, 2012 3:49 pm : Events, From the Team, Fundraiser, Splash of Color

Splash of Color (SoC) will host their 2nd Annual 3K Walk. Please mark your calendars for 7:30 a.m., Saturday, October 27th at Sullivan Park in Waterloo.

Last year we had the support of 150 participants and 24 sponsors. Our goal this year is to register 200 participants and recruit 30 sponsors. The purpose of the walk is to fundraise to allow our group to provide additional program and services for women of color who are newly diagnosed with breast cancer as well as women living with cancer.

To pre-register contact Cathy Ketton at 319/493-8857, or ShanQuiesha Robinson at 319/493-8980.  You can download a registration form here.

We encourage you to recruit family, friends, and coworkers to join us on Saturday, October 27th at 7:30 a.m. at Sullivan Park. This day is a day to celebrate our survivors and remember those who lost their battle with breast cancer.

Your support and participation is very much needed to make this event a success.

 

Please look at photos from last year’s Walk.

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Breast Cancer Support- Starting the Conversation

Gabbi : January 26, 2012 4:44 pm : Events, From the Team, Splash of Color, Young Cancer Survivors

When you are diagnosed with breast cancer, you might feel alone, like you are the only one facing this struggle. Sometimes telling your story to someone else can help you, and also help the other person.

 

The “Splash of Color” meeting is Thursday, February 9 from 5-7 pm. It will be held at Waterloo Public Library, 415 Commercial Street in Waterloo.  This FREE event is open to all women of color living with breast cancer.  Refreshments are provided by Panera Bakery-Café. Activities are planned from 5 to 7 p.m., but participants can come and go as their schedules allows. Child care is available, but must be pre-arranged.  

 

Two speakers are planned for the evening. Shae Robinson, BSN will facilitate, “Starting the Conversation.” This will be an open discussion. We will encourage participants to share their story in hopes of making our sisters feel comfortable, connected, and a “Champion” for the cause. 

 

Laura Wynohrad, from the Iowa Cancer Consortium will also speak about the Iowa Community-Based Cancer Prevention Project. The Iowa Cancer Consortium will be providing $25 gift cards to attending breast cancer survivors and their support persons.

 

The schedule of evening events:

 5:00-5:30 pm Light Dinner & Fellowship

5:30-6:30 pm   Shae Robinson, BSN- “Starting the Conversation”

6:00-6:50 pm   Laura Wynohrad,-“Iowa Community-Based Cancer Prevention Project”

6:50-7:00 pm     Wrap Up/Closing

For more information about the “Splash of Color” Breast Cancer Survivor Support Group call Cathy Ketton at 319-493-8857; or go to the Beyond Pink TEAM website at www.cedarvalleybreastcancer.org

 

The “Splash of Color” Support Group is sponsored by the Beyond Pink TEAM. The Beyond Pink TEAM is part of the Cedar Valley Cancer Committee, and is a non-profit organization made possible by the collaborative efforts of many health organizations, businesses and dedicated individuals’ throughout the Cedar Valley. The Beyond Pink TEAM’s mission is to provide breast cancer prevention, education, support and advocacy for comprehensive, quality care in the Cedar Valley and surrounding communities. Going beyond pink ribbons, beyond pink light bulbs, beyond pink trinkets; Beyond Pink, we accomplish our mission by Taking action, Educating, Advocating and Making a difference.

Click here for the official Splash of Color flyer that you can post at your office or church. SOC February 9 2012 Meeting Flyer

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Young Cancer Survivors

Elvira’s Story

Gabbi : July 20, 2016 6:27 pm : Events, Young Cancer Survivors

We are so thankful for anyone who is willing to share their breast cancer story and why they participate in the Pink Ribbon Run. Here is Elvira’s story:

“I am a mom of 2 beautiful boys (16 and 17), I immigrated from Bosnia and Herzegovina to U.S in 1997 and have lived here since. In 2011, at age 36 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After several visits to IA City Hospital to figure out why I was diagnosed at such young age it was determined that I had a genetic BRCA1 gene. I immediately had a bilateral mastectomy and went through chemotherapy due to cancer spreading to my lymph nodes. It was a tough year but with family support and my own motivation I survived. I started Pink Ribbon Run in 2013 and have gone together with my sister (who is my biggest supporter) to each one. I feel that if I can go and encourage others to go we can raise money and awareness to fight against breast cancer. Since my first run the “TEAM Elvira” has been increasing with support and family members. I enjoy the run and hope to raise awareness and bring comfort to those who are going through the same thing I did so they know they aren’t alone.”

Thank you Elvira! You can join Team Elvira by participating in this year’s run. The 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and University of Iowa Community Credit Union. Breast cancer survivors receive free registration thanks to Survivor Sponsor, Community Auto Group.

 

Elvira is in the front row. #162. Notice she is wearing just a couple strands of beads. This was her first year at the Pink Ribbon Run as a breast cancer survivor.

Elvira is in the front row. #162. Notice she is wearing one strand of beads. This was her first year as a breast cancer survivor.

The start of the 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Run. Elvira is right in the front row.

The start of the 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Run. Elvira is right in the front row.

 

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Michelle’s Story

Gabbi : June 17, 2016 5:59 pm : Events, Young Cancer Survivors

Twelve years ago, Pam Dowie was grieving the death of her beautiful daughter Michelle, who died much too soon, from breast cancer at the young age of 33. Ten years ago, Pam, her daughter DeeDee and a small committee of women put that grief into action and decided to put together a run/walk event to honor women with breast cancer.

PRR 2014_19

Michelle’s legacy continues through her sisters and nieces.



“When Michelle was battling cancer, friends, neighbors and family members stepped up and paid her children’s day care, brought meals to her home, took her to chemo and visited her often. After one day of sitting in chemo with another young mother who had to go back to work that day because she needed the money, Michelle commented how lucky she was because she had good insurance, and an understanding employer. She felt bad for women who had to deal with all the problems that cancer throws at you. It was her wish to do something about these issues.  So that is why my daughter DeeDee Weber and I are involved and are so very committed to help see that the wonderful work of the Beyond Pink TEAM continues and flourishes!”

 

There was one stipulation, made by the committee when giving the money for the first time to the Beyond Pink TEAM. The committee, Pam especially, wanted to make sure that at least some of the money would go toward having events for young women with breast cancer.

Pam (left) poses with Angela Hamilton. Who spoke in 2012 at the Pink Ribbon Run about what Young Cancer Survivors means to her. YCS is a group that was created in honor of Michelle's wish that there be more services for young women.

Pam (left) poses with Angela Hamilton. Who spoke in 2012 at the Pink Ribbon Run about what Young Cancer Survivors means to her. YCS is a group that was created in honor of Michelle’s wish that there be more services for young women.

“When my daughter Michelle was diagnosed at 29 there were not many resources available to her. There was not the awareness that breast cancer was a disease that affected young women. There was not a support group that helped her with the issues she was dealing with as a young wife and mother,” reflects Pam.

 

The Pink Ribbon Run is now celebrating its 10th year. 10 years of raising funds. 10 years of helping families navigate a cancer diagnosis. 10 years of offering hugs, support and advocacy. In that ten years, Michelle’s memory has always been honored by “Team Tink.” Tink was Michelle’s nickname, and it became the name of the team who has walked the Avon walk in Chicago and had wonderful representation each year at the Pink Ribbon Run.

 

How would Michelle feel about the success of the Pink Ribbon Run? “She would be so very, very proud of the success of the Pink Ribbon Run. The awareness it brings, the support for survivors,  and the huge community of women involved,” Pam said.  “All the work and the services that the Beyond Pink TEAM organization provides- so much of what she saw as needs have been addressed because of the money raised.

The fact that the Run is approaching 10 years is amazing…I hoped for maybe 5 years!  Every year it grows and becomes an integral part of October. I really don’t see it stopping until we have a CURE!”

TEAM TINK in 2014

TEAM TINK in 2014

When you sign up this year for the 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run, think of Michelle. Find a member of TEAM TINK and give them a high five or a hug. It is through their loss, that the Beyond Pink TEAM is able to give back so much.

The 10th Annual Pink Ribbon Run is presented by Oakridge Realtors and University of Iowa Community Credit Union. The Survivor Sponsor is Community Auto Group. All breast cancer survivors receive free registration, thanks to the Survivor Sponsor.

 

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Uncategorized

Local Survivorship Conference….FREE!

Gabbi : July 16, 2013 12:49 pm : From the Team, Uncategorized, Young Cancer Survivors

The following press release was shared with the Beyond Pink TEAM from our members who work at Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare. This Survivorship Conference sounds like a great opportunity for everyone: professionals, survivors and caregivers!

 

Augusta Sires
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – Iowa
(319) 272-7334

Covenant Cancer Treatment Center to Host 2013 Cancer Survivorship Conference

Waterloo, IA – July 15, 2013 – On Tuesday, October 29, 2013, Covenant Cancer Treatment Center will host the 2013 Cancer Survivorship Conference. The event will be held at the Waterloo Center for the Arts and feature two national keynote speakers, both cancer survivors – Wendy Harpham, MD, FACP and Heidi Kramer, RD, LDN. The conference is offered for free to all attendees and includes light refreshments.

Registration is now open for two sessions offered on the day of the conference. A morning session from 8:00 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. welcomes RN’s, LPN’s, Social Workers, Dietitians and other Allied Health Care Professionals. CEU’s and contact hours are available. For more information or to register, call (319) 272-5151. An evening session from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. welcomes community members, including cancer survivors and caregivers. For more information or to register, call (319) 272-2273.

Visit wheatoniowa.org/cancer2013 to learn more about this event. The first 100 people to register for either session by Monday, September 30 will receive 2 free books at the conference, written by the keynote speakers.

Click here to see the flyer for the morning session.

Click hereto see the flyer for the evening session.

 

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New Advocate Travels to Washington DC

Gabbi : May 29, 2013 3:09 pm : Advocacy, From the Team, Uncategorized

I recently returned from my first National Breast Cancer Coalition Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC.

Washington DC 2013-3

BPT Advocates L-R: Jeanne Rothamel, Lori Seawel, Kristin Tieg Torres and Dee Hughes

During the inspiring 4 day experience I learned from leading world scientists that we will find a cure for Breast Cancer using innovative, evidence based research.
NBCC has established an umbrella organization called The Artemis Project where researchers and scientists come together, share their knowledge and research projects to work on the common goal of ending breast cancer.
They are currently 2-3 years away from starting clinical trials for a Breast Cancer Vaccine.

Kristin Tieg Torres (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) with Dr. Slamon, the doctor who invented Herceptin

Kristin Tieg Torres (L) and Christine Carpenter (R) with Dr. Slamon, the doctor who invented Herceptin

All of the past funding, pink ribbons and promotions haven’t kept people from dying of Breast Cancer.  The mortality rate from Breast Cancer has only been reduced slightly, one person dies every 14 minutes from the disease.

We all need to support NBCC and their goal to end Breast Cancer by the year 2020.  For our sake, our children’s sake and the entire world – we cannot wait.

-Kristin Teig Torres, Breast Cancer Survivor/NBCC Advocate & Activist
www.breastcancerdeadline2020.org for more information.

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