Texans Tell Their Stories
Jeannie Aileru discusses how she toughened her mental outlook to fight stage 3 breast cancer.
Breast cancer at 25? It happened to Desiree Anzalone. She discusses her journey from breast cancer screening to survivorship.
CPRIT funding enabled Julie Curry to have a mammogram in September 2014. She discusses how that led her to genetic testing and counseling for the disease.
With CPRIT funding, The Bridge Breast Network provides breast cancer screenings for women like Rose Gipson, who had nowhere else to turn.
Because cancer runs in her family, Angela Gomez took advantage of CPRIT-funded genetic testing to determine her risk for breast and ovarian cancer. Find out what she discovered.
Samantha Jones says she credits a CPRIT-funded breast cancer screening program for saving her life.
Who’s next? That was Stephanie Watson’s question about her family’s cancer history. Go along with her on an appointment for CPRIT-funded genetic testing.