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Real Life: How to Help Fund Breast Cancer Research


Model/Photographer Danny Wolf's tribute to our sisters fighting Breast Cancer.

Is there anyone who doesn't know that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Probably not. Do you know how many ways there are to support the cause? Every little bit counts!


The American Cancer Society Reports that in 2015 it is estimated that among U.S. women there will be:
• 231,840 new cases of invasive breast cancer
• 40,290 breast cancer deaths

Be part of the cure!!!

Bernadette Z. Simpson and her daughter Race for the Cure








Model Danny Wolf and Photographer Ciara Roberts pay tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month

SAS Cupcakes in Charlotte, NC supports the cause.



Bernadette Z. Simpson's Story:

I am a 2 time breast cancer survivor that was first diagnosed at the age of 42.  At the time, I was unemployed and had no health insurance.  When you are in that situation, you don’t know where to turn when you find something suspicious on your body.  Because I was uninsured, I received a grant from Susan G. Komen Charlotte with my first diagnosis that paid for my mammogram and my biopsy.  Thankfully, I was able to get these treatments which determined that I did in fact have breast cancer.  That saved my life.  I was again diagnosed this year at the age of 49.  Fortunately, I had health insurance this time.

Bernadette showing chemo who's boss

Fundraising for the Race for the Cure is important to me because I want to give back to others.  Someone raised funds that ultimately helped me get the treatments I needed, so I try to give back by doing the same thing.  Early detection is key.  In fact, my second diagnosis was made after I went for my yearly routine mammogram.  If people have access to these free tests, it can save lives.
Support Bernadette Here!




Breast Cancer Warrior Kathleen Mancuso says: "The best advice I can give any woman is to listen to your body and go on your intuitions. That's what saved my life"




Photog/Stylist Emily says the cause is very personal for her: "Supporting breast cancer research (and any cancer research) is vital, and we shouldn't forget that it's about more than just wearing pink - it's about saving people's lives."



Fund Breast Cancer Research through these links:

Support Bernadette's Page Here!!!


Komen Charlotte

Buy Pink Bows for the Cause Here!

National Breast Cancer Foundation

Shop for the Cure
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