THIS IS MY #WONDERWOMAN STORY
"In 2014, at age 43, I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer - a particularly aggressive form of the disease."
"When I was a kid my local hospital did not have mammography equipment. The staff used an outdated, unreliable system of x-ray photography to screen for breast cancer. My mom knew this was unacceptable.
"Without the help from the Brem Foundation, I would have had to delay the additional screenings which might have put my health at risk if the tests results had been different."
"I saw a lot of organizations that were sending bras to third world countries but nothing for me…except Re-Bra. It’s been a blessing to have a bra. It’s the only one I have – it makes a big difference in my life."
"Without the Brem Foundation I would not be alive."
"Had I not been getting my yearly mammograms, I don't know what my outcome would have been."
"Through the B-Fund, Beth was finally able to afford the testing she needed."
"Without a steady source of income and with her young child struggling with extreme asthma, $200 stood in the way of her getting the proper testing she deserved."
SHARE YOUR #WONDERWOMAN STORY
We would love to hear your breast cancer story. Whether you beat the disease or supported a loved one through their battle - your breast cancer story that makes you a #WonderWoman will inspire others to take action and save lives through early detection. Please share it here. Thank you!