Knowing your cancer risk and being proactive about your health may help you take steps to lower your risk for getting breast or ovarian cancer, or find it at an early stage. African American women under the age of 35 have breast cancer rates that are two times higher than White women of the same age.
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Our 2019 Calendar

Welcome to our 20th Anniversary Sisters’ Journey Breast Cancer Survivors’ Calendar.

For 20 years, Sisters’ Journey has been doing its part of “breaking the silence” – silence that refers to the cultural secrecy that exists in so many of our communities when someone is diagnosed with cancer and it was taboo to talk about. With this openness of communication that Sisters’ Journey has been able to unleash, we have been able to educate, empower and encourage women to be their own health advocates and to promote early detection screenings in hope of saving lives.

Events Calendar

Loretta Woltz

Survivor of the Month

Loretta Woltz

“God is so good and I have to trust him.” “God always has my back.” These are the reassurances that helped me get through my hiccup.

 

  • Who we are

    Sisters’ Journey is a caring and powerful support group for breast cancer survivors, their family, and their friends.

  • Our support group

    The support group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at
    St.Lukes’ Parish Hall, 111 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT 06511

  • Donate

    Sisters’ Journey, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, seeks to aid and support women diagnosed with and who have survived breast cancer. Help us continue on our mission by making a charitable contribution.

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