Amy's Breast Cancer Page


Amy

My biological mother was stricken with breast cancer at an early age, she was approximately 44 years old. She was the first woman in our family to get it. I have walked in the Susan G. Komen Race for the cure every year for the past few years in honor of her victory over breast cancer. I am happy to say that my screening mammogram a few years ago and my recent annual mammogram have both come out negative for breast cancer.

That's why I have decided to create this page, to honor her and to educate other women out there about breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Links

National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
The National Breast Cancer Foundation mission is to save lives by increasing awareness of breast cancer through education and by providing mammograms for those in need.

American Cancer Society
Breast Cancer resources page.

Mammashealth.com
Breast Cancer page.

Breast Cancer Care
The UK's leading provider of Breast Cancer information and support

Breast Cancer Fund
In response to the public health crisis of breast cancer, the Breast Cancer Fund identifies and advocates for elimination of the environmental and other preventable causes of the disease.

BreastCancer.org
A nonprofit organization for breast cancer education.

CancerSociety.com
Breast Cancer treatment information

Lee National Denim Day
The 14th annual Lee National Denim Day will be held Friday, October 2, 2009

Living Beyond Breast Cancer
A website for empowering all women affected by Breast Cancer

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
Joining together to eradicate breast cancer through research, education, screening and treatment

Breast Cancer Fund
The Breast Cancer Fund is the leading national organization focused on identifying the causes of breast cancer and preventing the disease.

LifeBracelets/Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer awareness bracelets


I would like to take this moment to ask that everyone who can afford to donate any amount of money to a worthy cause to please do so now. Komen Race for the Cure has been a very important charity for me because my biological mother is a breast cancer survivor. I've been lucky enough to never have it, but if I ever get it, I hope that there's a cure for it.
To sponsor me, please click on the following link: Amy's Race Page


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