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Tobey Eugenio

By Dewey MacMillen | September 20, 2017

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!

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David Duane

By Dewey MacMillen | September 20, 2017

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.

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Nancy Fullerton

By Dewey MacMillen | September 8, 2017

Nancy Fullerton, Two-time Survivor since 2008 My Story—-It was 1996 when I was diagnosed with breast cancer, at age 48. I had a mastectomy & 5 treatments of chemo therapy. In 2008 I had a reoccurrence,  had surgery, and was thankfully was spared chemo treatments. It’s an honor to be part of R4R participating with my sister Kim and nieces Kristina & Vanessa. I walk in loving memory of my sister Kathy. I’m excited and privileged to be with the women who have experienced similar stories.

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Marie Joyce Rose

By Dewey MacMillen | August 30, 2017

Marie Joyce Rose, Survivor since 2016 I was first diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2012 at the age of 51, and then had a recurrence in my pelvic bone in 2016 right before the 2016 Runway for Recovery, which I walked in (well, ran in because I had another quick costume change!) Thanks to the excellent treatment from Dr. John Erban and the Breast Health Center team at Tufts Medical Center, this recurrence is not really fazing me. There has been such an advancement in the treatments for metastatic breast cancer, I sometimes forget I have cancer! I…

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Kerry Volke

By Dewey MacMillen | August 21, 2017

Kerry Volke, Survivor since 2015 My name is Kerry Volke. I am a 2 year breast cancer survivor. I was diagnosed at the age of 32. At the time my two sons were three years old and eight months old. To say my life was turned upside down would be an understatement. I am very fortunate that I have an amazing family and group of close knit friends. Everyone rose to the occasion to help be battle this terrible disease. Besides being supported by family and friends I was also welcomed with open arms into the breast cancer sisterhood. I…

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