Philip Alderson

My unusual diagnosis has spring boarded me into a world of new experiences and extraordinary people. By saying yes more I have started modelling for national household names and fashion […]

Kizito (Kizi) Kamasho

My Diagnosis, Feb 11th, 2022 I have been an intensive care nurse in the NHS within the UK for over 27 years. On February 11, 2022, at the age of […]

Luis A. Tuma

In February of 2023 I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Invasive Carcinoma breast cancer. One day in June 2022, I felt a lump behind one of my nipples. When I […]

Galen Johnson

About the time Covid-19 started, I felt a small bump on my chest. I figured it was an abscess because I had had them before.  Since doctors and hospitals were […]

José Antonio Barrena Blazquez

At first, I thought my journey had been no different from that of other breast cancer patients. Soon after sharing my experience with them, I realized how lucky I was. […]

Tony Elkins

1987 – August 30, 2021 Tony’s story is way too short. But cancer in general in our family is way too long.  Tony lost his grandmother to breast cancer in […]

Howard “Howie” Plotnik

2/14/61 – 6/10/14 Howie discovered a lump in his right breast in 1999 at age 39. He went to the doctor and had it biopsied. It came back inconclusive. He […]

Nathan Spencer

My name is Nat Spencer and I’m a breast cancer survivor from 9/11. This is my story from that dreadful day up to the present. I remember getting off the […]

David McCallion

David McCallion, from Manchester England, was 55 years old when he noticed changes in one of his breasts. He first thought it was related to a previous diagnosis of Gynecomastia, which is […]

Ray Jerome

In 2019 at the age of 70 I thought I was done with all the big battles in my life and would just enjoy my life of retirement, volunteering, riding […]

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