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Nine years after Kelley Tuthill was diagnosed with breast cancer, she gave birth to her third child.
The mother of two and her family are committed to supporting lifesaving research.
Diagnosed at 39 with triple negative breast cancer, Marenda credits research for giving her the ability to pursue her dreams.
Diagnosed with male breast cancer at age 49, Michael credits research with his positive outcome.
Dr. Sofia Merajver’s work has improved patients’ lives, including her own.
Diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at 28, Robin Browne is now in remission after experiencing a complete response from a clinical trial.
To honor his late mother, BCRF researcher Dr. Joshua LaBaer is creating a revolutionary blood test in her memory.
A fitness competition organized by a Long Island City gym has raised more than $16,000 for BCRF!
Pheodora Shin, a physician diagnosed at age 45, supports research so her children won’t follow in her footsteps.
Diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer at 28, Robin Browne gives credit to her best friend Catherine Kaelin for supporting her throughout her diagnosis and treatment.