Download Donna’s Survivor Story (PDF) I HAD MY ANNUAL MAMMOGRAM AND WAS DIAGNOSED NOVEMBER 22, 2007, TWO DAYS BEFORE THANKSGIVING WITH CANCER IN THE LEFT BREAST. IN A WAY IT WAS A RELIEF FOR ME….
Team Captains, It’s time to rally your teams and ensure your place as one of the following three Super Team winners before 5 pm on November 30th, 2014: Teams that win one of….
Download Jackie’s Survivor Story (PDF) It has been four years since I was diagnosed with breast cancer and I feel like I have come full circle. It started one beautiful May morning. I was taking….
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Download Georgia’s Survivor Story (PDF) It was the end of 2013 and I had finally decided to really go to the doctor, meaning my Primary and my Ob-Gyn to get a complete checkup and to….
Download Jackie’s Survivor Story (PDF) Imagine, for a moment, that you’re going about your day, having a conversation just like you’ve had hundreds of thousands of conversations before in your life. In this particular conversation,….
A HERO is someone who embodies passion, strength, action and voice to make an impact in our fight against breast cancer! Dress up in your favorite SUPER-HEROES costume or send your favorite SUPER HERO shot of someone….
Download Melanie’s Survivor Story (PDF) I have always been a pro mammogram, and early detection supporter. So when I felt something suspicious in my breast only 5 months after having a clear mammogram, I called….
Download Janine’s Survivor Story (PDF) During my annual mammogram in July 2011, the radiologist thought he found something and asked that I return for another scan. After that scan, he explained what he saw was….
October or Pinktober as it is now called by some, is a month of confliction for me. For most of my life, it was a month of fun: my birthday, my niece’s birthday, Halloween, and….
Download Lauren’s Survivor Story (PDF) 2013 has been a mild year for me compared to the past few years. In 2010, my husband and I got married. In 2011, we welcomed a beautiful baby boy…..
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 10, 2014 Contact: Kelly MacMillan Phone: (916) 231-3149 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sacramento, California, (10/10/2014) – Every day heroes take center stage in 2015 as the Sacramento Valley Affiliate of Susan G. Komen….
At 64, Missy Nance was diagnosed with breast cancer. But thanks to her positive outlook, supportive family and friends, dedicated Sutter Cancer Center team and the Susan G. Komen® organization Missy is now a survivor….
October is officially upon us, and here at the Komen office we’re celebrating the start of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month by kicking off registration for the 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley Race for….
The following was written by Allison Allen, Captain for Team Rac Pac, as an open invite to all to join their upcoming letter writing event for Girls Love Mail on October 12th. Hello fabulous team!….
What does living with metastatic breast cancer look like? It’s a daily challenge that requires strength, hope and support. Our metastatic breast cancer community undoubtedly deals with hard times, but together we can shine a….
Download Missy’s Survivor Story (PDF) My relationship with my breast cancer team is a true testament of Sutter’s tagline, We Plus You. Last year after a routine mammogram, then a follow up mammogram and ultrasound….
Check out our Race Course Lead and Running Club Committee Chair, Tamaya Dinwiddle, who stopped by on her way to the gym! How fabulous does she look in her pink cape?! Register for our 2015….
Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley is the local expert on breast cancer. No other organization has the deep understanding of barriers to care and no other organization raises funds to bridge those gaps, making access….