Kristin Ferrari

July 30, 2016

Kristin Ferrari, a survivor since 2012. For my 40th birthday year I got the call that changed me forever ….” you have breast cancer. ” I was diagnosed at 40, it rocked my world as well as my husband and 3 children’s world. I will be a four year survivor this October.

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Maureen Delong

July 30, 2016

Maureen Delong, a survivor since 2012. How BC changed my life?  It taught me a lot about perspective.  I went from being the most sad and scared I have ever been to realizing that it wasn’t about me. I realized it was about doing everything possible to live for our 3 little girls and minimize the impact on their lives. I realized that I would rather it be me than them. I realized that there were people with far worse scenarios. And I realized how incredibly lucky I am to have the husband, family and friends that I do.

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Crystal Davis

July 30, 2016

Crystal Davis, a survivor since 2008; celebrating mentor and breast cancer survivor Patricia Banacos; and remembering Sharon Powell My name is Crystal Davis and I will be 8 yrs cancer free. I am very excited for my first Runway for Recovery!  I am sending two photos not sure which you prefer. I just celebrated 49+1 years old and my mantra was “Celebrating Life”.  My oncologist said “I am not sure why you are still here.” But I believe my role is to be a support to others battling breast cancer.

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Deb Cohen

July 30, 2016

Deb Cohen, a two-time survivor since 2004 & 2011 I walked in the Runway show last year for the first time. What an incredible experience to be with other women who have gone through the same thing as me!  I am a two time cancer survivor. Both times I had to go through the treatment I was a young mom.The Runway was the first time I met so many other women who had similar experiences to me and could relate to the challenges I went through. Walking down the runway with my now two older daughters was incredible. To see…

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Kristina Coccoluto

July 30, 2016

Kristina Coccoluto, walking in honor of her mom, Kim Bramante, a survivor since 1996 and Aunt, Nancy Fullerton, a survivor since 1996, and in memory of her aunt, Kathy Audette (2005). Our story is multi-layered. My mom was diagnosed 20 years ago. Both of her sisters were also diagnosed and we ultimately lost my aunt Katie. However, I tested for the BRCA1 genetic mutiation. I just completed a prophylactic mastectomy and reconstruction this past February. Being BRCA positive has had many challenges, but this year I had to take action after finding a lump in my breast. I thankfully did not have cancer, but I…

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