Join Me in Honoring my sister and father!
About 1 percent of all breast cancer cases in the U.S. occur in men. My father Lee Taylor had a rare form of breast cancer. He was a breast cancer survivor before he passed away from other causes.
Although breast cancer in young women is rare, more than 250,000 women living in the United States today were diagnosed with it under age 40. My sister is one of these young women. She has also survived breast cancer twice.
I have the same BRCA 2 gene mutation as they do, but had the opportunity because of my family history to have an elective mastectomy and had my ovaries removed.
To honor my sister and father and to celebrate my sister for how far she has come, I have decided to support Susan G. Komen in their fight against breast cancer.
Please help me honor my sister and father's memory by raising funds to support Susan G. Komen so they can provide education, screening and treatment programs for women and men in our community, and support cutting-edge research so that one day we can live in a world without breast cancer.
As the world’s largest and most impactful breast cancer organization, Susan G. Komen supports more breast cancer research than any other nonprofit outside the U.S. government, while providing real-time help to those facing the disease.
You can make a donation online with your credit card by clicking the button above my fundraising thermometer.
Thank you for your generous support and for helping me honor those that have been affected by cancer.
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