September 28, 2007, Newsletter Issue #84: Women Who Have Survived Breast Cancer

Tip of the Week

Breast cancer survivors are everywhere. They are young mothers or retirees. Some are wealthy or poor. They can be found in cities or on farms. They are former first ladies like Nancy Reagan and Betty Ford, actresses like Shirley Temple Black and Rue McClanahan, athletes like Peggy Fleming and Edna Campbell, and singers like Carly Simon and Patti LaBelle, just to name a few.

Breast cancer affects all of us because it can affect any of us. If you've been diagnosed with breast cancer, reach out to survivors and to fellow patients. You're part of a unique sisterhood, and with their support, you can fight breast cancer and win.

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