Louise was 65 when she was diagnosed with an early stage hormone sensitive breast cancer.
“I received the letter that every woman fears – it was a recall to have further tests following an abnormal result on my routine screening mammogram. When further tests showed I had breast cancer, my husband and I cried. We talked about the plans we had for our future.”
The majority of women diagnosed with breast cancer today will be in their 60s. And just like Louise, they have worked hard and planned for their retirement and the precious time with family and friends. But breast cancer can threaten life-plans and put dreams for the future on hold. Your breast cancer donation can help change this.
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