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  1. It is funny how you meet people for reasons/seasons. I met a survivor of this organization through my daughter. Although we frequented in the same circle of friends and begin to support each other’s activities, I did not know her story.
    Who would have ever thought I too would become a statistic of breast cancer and find comfort in knowing we have something else in common. She has been a great support for the unknown I face.
    I attended the mother/daughter brunch back in the spring, not knowing that the summer would prepare me for one of the biggest challenges of my lifetime BREAST CANCER.
    I really think that I would not be as content with my diagnosis if I had not been in the medical field for so long and if I had not been in the same room with all of the women who have been touched by the same invader and survived to tell the rest of us what to do, expect, and feel.

    Natashia on September 14, 2011
  2. Thanks for sharing

    sunkislites@comcast.net on December 17, 2011
  3. Hello Fellow Sisters & Survivors,

    Thank you for inviting me to the picnique today. I was deeply moved and gratified to see so many beautiful, happy, smiling faces of cancer survivors. I am a survivor who cherishes each breath that I take, and every waking moment that I can spend with my daughter. I look forward to a future where cancer will be no more. Until that day, it is nice to know that I am not alone, and that other wiser, stronger souls are nearby to guide me through the avalanche that is cancer, and help restore my sense of well being: body, mind, and spirit. Thank you all for the gift of friendship, and for listening.

    Yasmin Amico on August 4, 2014
  4. If an ultrasound would save your life, would you get one? There is a study going on that would allow young women to get free ultrasound screenings. We need to encourage women between the age of 25-39 to participate.

    Dawn on November 6, 2015
  5. Hello Cancer Survivors,
    I Have not come to terms with having breast and lung cancer. All I can say is I thank God for knowing who he is and saving me just when I thought I could not make it. God carried me through the worst time of my life. I will write my story for Sisters Journey one day soon. Thanks for allowing me to share.

    Nina Williams on December 9, 2015
  6. Hi Nina….May God continue to bless you with good health. When you are ready to write your story for Sisters’ Journey Calendar please contact us at sistersjourney@sbc.org…Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

    sunkislites@comcast.net on December 17, 2015

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