Black Women Face Highest Breast Cancer Death Rate Despite Significant Overall Decline

It’s a startling statistic: African-American women are 40 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women. In Colorado, the chances of survival….

Susan G. Komen Colorado Announces CEO Denver-area nonprofit champion

Susan G. Komen® Colorado Announces CEO Denver-area nonprofit champion and one-time national Komen grantmaker will lead affiliate Denver, CO – Susan G. Komen Colorado’s board….

Shirletta Haley

While doing my routine home breast exam, I noticed a lump in my left breast. Just 7 months prior, I had a mammogram. Therefore, I….

Debra Richardson

I was diagnosed at my very first mammogram when I was 40. With no history of breast cancer in m family I was shocked. My….

Kerrie Daufeldt

I was not diagnosed with breast cancer. I was diagnosed with a very rare and aggressive form of cancer called Small Cell Neuroendocrine. I was….

Erin Monroe

Mahatma Gandhi once said – “be the change you want to see in the world.” This aphorism took on a whole new meaning when I….

Susan Wells

My personal journey started in March when I started noticing some differences in my breast when I looked in the mirror. Being a retired nurse….

Lauren Lamb

I have never been diagnosed by breast cancer, but I am here to tell the story of a little girl and her battle with her….

Connie Martschinske

In March 2014 I went in for an annual mammogram. At that time they found some calcifications so in April I had a biopsy done….

Candice Leighton

My diagnosis was Stage IIIC Breast Cancer with Lymphoma. Lil’ punk ass started in the left boob and went to my lymph nodes. So, that’s….