CLT - Walking with My Breast Friends & Co-SurvivorsSaturday, June 13th - 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, June 10th - 8:30 a.m.
|Would you like to be connected
with a fellow Co-Survivor?
|Are you a Co-Survivor ready to
support others on this journey?
"It's been ten years now since my wife Jill was diagnosed. The cancer diagnosis hit us in so many different ways beyond just the obvious health scare. The roller coaster ride of surgery, chemo and radiation treatments had its toll on the whole family. I am excited CBF is expanding their services to include the Co-Survivors in programming and services. It's been honor to help get that started and support others in the fight."
- Martin, Co-Survivor
"Our Co-survivor experience has been one filled with warmth, belonging, compassion, and community. I've always imagined a place where my husband could feel all of this and more. He and we are looking forward
to what 2023 holds for the CBF Co-Survivor community. Cheers to more love and light!"
- Vinita, Survivor
"My first wife, Jessica, was diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer at the age of 26. We had two very young children together and the struggle was everything you would expect. She fought hard and had many ups and downs and inspired many lives... and lost her fight at the age of 32. I am re-married now to an amazing woman and we have made every effort to keep Jessica's memory alive for the kids. Now, I try and have a small part in impacting the lives of other men who may be struggling and unsure who they can talk to when their wife is fighting a similar battle."
- Josh, Co-Survivor
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