I was diagnosed in December of 2009 when I was 27 years old. I have had 28 surgeries along with chemotherapy and radiation. Thankfully, I heard about the Help Now Fund through my cancer specialist. She referred me to them. I was going through so much and I was unable to work. Everything crashed down on me. I did a 360 after my first chemo treatments. I was sick, weak, and unable to do much of anything. Read More.
In 2010 I received my diagnosis. Financial and emotional trials became my biggest burden. My friend told me about the Help Now Fund and how it would be able to assist me. The funds that I have received were used towards my rent and utilities. Read More.
I was diagnosed with breast cancer March of 2011. I then decided to go forward with a bi-lateral mastectomy and an auxiliary dissection. The biggest burden I faced during my
treatment was my finances. I was braced and in endurance mode to get through the surgeries and chemo but, there was nothing I could do to keep up. I began to fall behind on my bills, even more so when I could no longer work. Read More.
I was diagnosed March 7, 2011 with a large right breast cancer. I learned that I was much stronger than I ever thought I could be. When we are strong, we are always much greater than the things that happen to us!! Read More.
Originally diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002. Despite having had to cope with all of her financial worries in addition to the stresses of chemotherapy, a mastectomy, and now radiation, Magalis has maintained a grace and an immense generosity of spirit. Read More.
The day I discovered the lump in my right breast was the day that changed my life! With great trepidation I made an appointment with my doctor. After he examined me he sent me to have a mammogram and then to a surgeon who recommended I have a biopsy as soon as possible. Read More.
On Valentine’s Day 2009 at the age of 35 I found a lump in my left breast… I got up from the couch and went to the bathroom to have a look. I really could not see much but I could feel it, this was a Saturday, so I knew Monday I needed to make an appointment with my doctor. Read More.
In March of 2009, Nicki Johnson, age 56, sat crying in her doctor’s office. She had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. Nicki said, “I was certain I was going to die.” Read more.
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