Kaye Luttrell

Kaye Luttrell I’m Kaye Luttrell and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Twenty-three years. Eight months. The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was chemotherapy. I am so grateful to God, my family, and co-workers who were there for me throughout my journey. Kaye’s Quote: “To God be the glory!”

Wahnita Johnson

Wahnita Johnson I’m Wahnita Johnson and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Twenty plus years. The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was the feeling that it was a death sentence. I am so grateful that I found out it wasn’t and I’ve been celebrating ever since. Wahnita’s Quote: “I know who I am; and […]

Beverly Skiles

Beverly Skiles I’m Beverly Skiles and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Fourteen years. The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was emotional acceptance that I had breast cancer when there were no obvious risk factors and all mammograms had been clear. I am so grateful for great insurance, and supportive friends, family, employers, colleagues, […]

Sandra McElvan

Sandra McElvan I’m Sandra McElvan and I’m a breast cancer survivor. One year. Six months. (Sandra is standing in the back.) The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was the fear of dying. I am so grateful for my health and the fact that God is not done with me yet. Sandra’s Quote: “The […]

Laura Demyan

Laura Demyan I’m Laura Demyan and I’m a breast cancer survivor. One year. (Laura is on the left.) The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was losing my husband three months prior to getting the report. I am so grateful for the support of family, church and my friends. Laura’s Quote: “I can do […]

Patty Cherveny

Patty Cherveny I’m Patty Cherveny and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Two years. Ten months. (Patty is on the far right.) The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was radiation. I am so grateful for being here, and for my family and friends. Patty’s Quote: “Fear is a liar; because God’s got this!”

Betty Clymer

Betty Clymer I’m Betty Clymer and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Three months. The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was that seroma continued to collect, and a second surgery was needed. I am so grateful for my husband’s medical care and constant love even on my worst days. Betty’s Quote: “No matter how […]

Linda Harbaugh

Linda Harbaugh I’m Linda Harbaugh and I’m a breast cancer survivor. Seven years. Three months. The most difficult thing about diagnosis and treatment was all the unknowns. I am so grateful for being cancer free and healthy and enjoying life. Linda’s Quote: “Cancer is a diagnosis and not your life, so just live one day […]