Shawna’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Shawna

Diagnosed: July 29, 2015Age at Diagnosis: 43 Hi. My name is Shawna Romine and I would like to share my cancer story with you. I hope it changes your life. I thought I knew a lot about breast cancer before my cancer was diagnosed. My Mom had had breast cancer. I had been a part of Think […]

Sarah’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Sarah

Diagnosed: Aug 18th, 2015Age at Diagnosis: 32 “My name is Sarah Wilson. I was 32 years old when I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma on August 18th, 2015. I am currently 33 years old and still continuing my treatments through the end of 2016. A bit of information about my type of cancer. My […]

Ronda’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Ronda

“I wanted to be here for my two daughters and husband. Miraculously I am still here today. After being diagnosed with breast cancer twice, over the span of 4 years, I am extremely grateful that the Lord has brought me through the breast cancer battle! I am now enjoying my grandson and looking forward to […]

Nancy’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Nancy

Age at Diagnosis: 59 At 59 years old, Nancy was diagnosed with stage one breast cancer discovered during her annual mammogram. She wasted no time seeking treatment and within months of her lumpectomy and radiation, she was on the road to recovery. With her determined attitude and family by her side, anything is possible. Nancy Lawson

Michele’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Michele

“Hello fellow BC sisters! I’d like to share my story in hopes that it helps you find a little bit more strength to keep fighting. We may not have been brought together under the best of circumstances but it is one of the gifts that BC has for us, among many others. My journey with […]

Dianne’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Dianne

Diagnosis date: May 2013 “My name is Dianne Turney and I am a 3-year survivor of breast cancer. I was diagnosed in May of 2013 with DCIS in the right breast (breast cancer in milk ducts). Since I also had suspicious findings on the left side, I decided to have a bi-lateral mastectomy without reconstruction. I […]

Debbie’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Debbie

Having planned a family trip to Maui, and not wanting any bad news to affect our trip , I put off my annual mammogram for a month. For some reason I had a feeling that I wasn’t going to like the results. When I was called in for a repeat mammogram and then a biopsy, […]

Colleen’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Colleen

Diagnosed: 1998 “I was diagnosed with breast cancer in November, 1998 after two biopsies. I had my lymph nodes removed and then had 6 treatments of chemo and 32 radiation treatments. My husband, Al, took me to each Chemo treatment and stayed with me. I had to convince him not to take me to the […]

Darlene’s Story

Breast Cancer Survivor: Darlene

“My experience with breast cancer began with my family. I lost my grandmother to breast cancer in 1987. My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000 and is a breast cancer survivor. Motivated by my experiences, I became involved with Nor-Cal Think Pink in 2007, volunteering as a bag stuffer. In September 2009, my […]