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Hope Baldi, Survivor since 2013 The Story of Hope – My story At the age of 47, just a week shy of my 48th birthday and after a recent annual visit for a routine mammogram, I received a call that changed my life forever; some concerning areas had been found in my left breast. A doctor’s appointment, biopsies and many head-spinning conversations later, I was left with a diagnosis of Invasive Breast Cancer. As many others in my place who can understand, I was in complete denial, worried, scared, stressed and wondering about my future….would there even be a…Read More »
Monique Tremblay, Survivor since 2015 Finding a lump in my breast one night completely changed my life. I called my doctor right away. I had a history of fibroadenomas in the past, but for some reason, I knew this was different. The next few days consisted of endless scans, a biopsy and then getting a call at work that I had breast cancer. My doctor didn’t think my lump was anything to be worried about and it took us both by surprise. I don’t remember much from our phone call, but I knew I was really, really scared. I was healthy,…Read More »
Aisling Kyne, Walking in memory of her mother, Ann Kyne (2012.) Intro by Dewey MacMillen (Social Media & Volunteer Coordinator) My name is Aisling Kyne, and I just graduated high school and turned 20 years old in August. I was born in Galway, Ireland, and I grew up in a loving Irish-Catholic family in South Boston, Massachusetts. As a child, I enjoyed playing with my two younger brothers, making art, dancing to music all throughout my house, and playing soccer, karate, and track and field. Unfortunately, I can’t remember much else apart from what I just wrote because cancer wove…Read More »
Tobey Eugenio, Survivor since 2013 I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in June of 2011 at the age of 39. At that time, it was determined, while we had no family history, that I was BRCA1 positive. I underwent a double mastectomy and chemo treatments with a bilateral oophorectomy in the spring, I had a local recurrence in Dec 2013, underwent chemo, radiation and a trial drug and have been disease free since. Yahoooo! I consider myself a thriver and cherish the journey!Read More »
David Duane, Walking in memory of his mother, Rita Duane (2009.) We are walking for a beloved mom… a beloved Nonni…. A beloved Aunt Rita. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, treatment was successful, but then she was diagnosed with another form of cancer – leiomeiosarcoma in 2007 and passed away shortly after Christmas in 2009. Rita remains an inspiration to the family she loved dearly, the friends from everywhere, and the three boys (4 including husband Jack) that made up the “Duane Locker Room”. Rita’s laughter and optimism was infectious, and her love endures. We love you mom.Read More »
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