Vinalisa Ferguson

2009 – I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer after a self-examination, doctor visit, second opinion, mammogram, ultrasound, and biopsy…. in one breast. Within a very short period, the aggressive cancer had spread to the other breast…

Shantell Hutchinson

I had been diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer facing a 20% survival rate within the first 5 years after diagnosis. To me, it was medical terminology, and at 34 I was going to win this battle….

Maxine Missick

2005: “Your test results are here. The doctor wants to see you as soon as possible. Bring your daughter with you.” Somehow I knew and, with the mini counseling session provided by my doctor….

Julia Rolle

I am blessed to be able to share my story. After hearing the doctor’s words, “you have cancer” my body went numb. Any words after that were not heard….

Ethel Johnson

I am close to a seven-year breast cancer survivor. In late 2006, as part of my annual physical procedure, I underwent a mammogram, which resulted in a biopsy. Ten days later, I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer….

Elizabeth Gibson

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. After having a mammogram in 2009, and not being due for another one for at least six months, I found a lump after a self-examination…..