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It Takes an Army: Terri’s Story - Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

October 13 is National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day! Help us educate more women about this incurable form of breast cancer. Learn from people with Metastatic Breast Cancer in our It Takes an Army Stories.  What we learn from Terri is “You certainly need an army of help and support during a cancer diagnosis. I have been blessed [...]

It Takes an Army: Dolores’ Story - Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

October 13 is National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day! Help us educate more women about this incurable form of breast cancer. Learn from people with Metastatic Breast Cancer in our It Takes an Army Stories.  What we learn from Dolores is “The face of metastatic breast cancer is changing and I’m one of them.” Meet Dolores. This is her [...]

It Takes an Army: Metastatic Awareness Day!

October 13 is National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day! Help us educate more women about this incurable form of breast cancer. Learn from people with Metastatic Breast Cancer in our It Takes an Army Stories. Meet Katherine. This is her story, in her own words… As we learned from her, “U Can’t Spell Metastatic Breast Cancer Without “Me”….But We [...]

It Takes an Army - Christa’s Story

Meet Christa She tells us about the day she knew breast cancer changed her life. Her story, in her own words. And how she is helping breast cancer research - because she knows that “It Takes an Army” if we want to stop breast cancer once and for all. Share Your Story Everyone’s story is welcome. Submit your [...]

It Takes an Army - Your Stories!

The Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation today announced the launch of the “It Takes an Army” Video Project, a collection of personal videos highlighting the real life stories of how we are all touched by breast cancer. In the videos, participants are asked to unveil two distinct moments of realization: “When was the moment you [...]