MY HOPE FOR YOU IS TO FIND; PEACE, LOVE & STRENGTH THROUGH ALL OF THIS PAIN...

My Hope for you these upcoming months is that you find little moments each and every day to see and feel Happiness.  Even through the cancer treatments…find Peace, Love and Joy.  Life is good and you deserve laughter, Happiness every day and your health. 
xoxo,
CHRISTINE

In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.
— Albert Camus


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Meet Janet Beebe

Survivor, President, Founder and Director of: The Breast Cancer Survivors’ Network, Inc.

Moving to Peachtree City, Georgia in 1981 with hope of starting her own company and raising a family was put on hold for Janet very quickly.  Within a short period of time, she and her husband were planning their 3rd child’s arrival and knew life would be a busy one. Toward the end of Janet’s pregnancy, she discovered a lump in her breast that changed her life forever. 

Taking months to get it removed and tested after mammograms and exams not showing that it was breast cancer, a biopsy proved it was. In 1983, the word breast cancer did not mean pink ribbons. Pink ribbons were not discovered until many years later.

A new baby, breast cancer, surgery, treatment and even a recurrence changed Janet’s life as she discovered a non-profit called Bosom Buddies of GA that reached out to her as she became involved as a volunteer and later staff. For 22 years of Janet’s survivor life, she volunteered for that organization in Atlanta along with other non-profits like The American Cancer Society, Georgia Cancer Foundation, Georgia Breast Cancer Coalition, Lance Armstrong, Susan G. Komen Foundation and many more. 

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A woman’s risk of breast cancer approximately doubles if she has a first-degree relative (mother, sister, daughter) who has been diagnosed with breast cancer. Less than 15% of women who get breast cancer have a family member diagnosed with it.

For more statistics, go to www.breastcancer.org