"I don’t want any of my family, friends and even strangers, to have to live with the daily uncertainty that this disease brings!!!"

ArethaIn December 2014, I had a bilateral mastectomy for DCIS (Stage 0). In April of 2016 (16 months later), the cancer had spread to my bones. After genetic testing and being positive for BRCA2, my ovaries and tubes were removed and tested positive for cancer cells. Throughout this three-year journey, I have realized there is a desperate need for more awareness (public and medical), which can only take place if there is more research and funding. I don’t want any of my family, friends or even strangers, to have to live with the daily uncertainty that this disease brings!!!

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