Friends Shelley Wells, left, Teresa Young, Kathy Gilmore and Jean Gautier open “love” gifts Monday morning. The gifts were to commemorate their friendship and their battles, past and present, against breast cancer.
Ornaments offering HOPE and encouragement adorn the tree displayed in Kathy Gilmore's home in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Kathy Gilmore wheels Teresa Young into a room to see the tree set up in her honor and to acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Kathy Gilmore (right) greets her friend Teresa Young on Monday morning as their friend, Jean Gautier, looks on.
For information and support:
Scott & White Cancer Treatment Center at 254-724-5918; http://www.sw.org/cancer-institute/breast/breast-cancer-support-services
National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Information Service at 1-800-4-CANCER(1-800-422-6237)
The American Cancer Society
Susan G. Komen for the Cure 1-800–462–9273 (1-800–I’M AWARE®); http://www.komen.org
Texas Cancer Information (texascancer.info); http://www.texascancer.info/
Posted: Saturday, October 12, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Oct 12, 2013
They laugh, they love, they cry. And they talk a lot about God.
Four Killeen women share two commonalities: breast cancer and their faith in God. All four attend the same church and relied on their faith during their battle. Dressed in pink ribbon attire to commemorate breast cancer awareness month, the four women promote a common message: Early detection is the key to survival.
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