As a younger adult (37 yrs) afflicted with breast cancer, I determined immediately that "I would
live and not die" just as said in the Bible by my Lord. It took an informative and prayerful
decision to have the procedure I decided upon; that was the removal of both breast (bi-lateral
a mastectomy) and partial hysterectomy. I thank God for His guidance and courage to do what I
needed to be done; it was the path for My healing.
It is no longer an illness we have to fear. We no longer have to associate this affliction with death.
We must first become knowledgeable of this illness that is growing so fast around us. I am so
thankful to Cancer Awareness Network for Children, Inc. for "Cutting Away the Fears". These
ladies are committed to being proactive and not just reactive to a disease that is intruding upon
our lives. It is the idea of becoming familiar with the disease that "cuts away the fears" associated
with the illness, and once familiar, you learn how to properly give it the attention it is due;
whether it be medically, coping mechanism or just support. Once we acknowledge that Christ
LaNese BoydBreast Cancer Survivor
I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 1975 and was told that I would not be able tto have children. At that time I told the doctors they do what they had to do and God will do the rest. Since then I've had 4 children. In 2006 I lost my sister to cancer. Cancer Awareness Network for Children, Inc. was there at that time to help me and my family come together and work through our healing process.
Loretta Scott-DialOvarian Cancer Survivor
Hello my name is Vindetta Martin I am Breast Cancer Survivor, and I would like to thank this organization for being such a blessing to me and also very supportive...💕💕🙏🏿
Vindetta MartinBreast Cancer Survivor
Hi Veronica, Thank you so much for the speedy response. We received the check today. It will help my parents with emergent needs. We appreciate all you've done for us. Take care.