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Celebrate Tiana-Support Briana
On Nov 30, 2017 Tiana Hines passed away surrounded by loved ones. We are relieved that her passing was peaceful and painless. Since Oct 1, 2015, Tiana remained positive & smiled through her pain. She stood alongside her husband Climmie Hines, III (Ricky), helping him through his recovery from multiple strokes & seizures which began on Sep 14, 2014.
Survivor Angie Taylor
President of the Board of Trustees at Washoe County School District (Nevada) and President and CEO at Guardian Quest
Janeal is the daughter of our Supporter, Clifford Porter of the Jelly Bread Band. She is in college and is trying to finish her last year of her of school. The rules of financial aid have changed and she is in jeopardy of losing everything she’s worked for. Help her raise $4000 to complete her education.
Survivor Angela Loria
I am a survivor of stage 3 infiltrating lobular carcinoma. I have an amazing support system of family and friends, but I didn't do support groups because of all my treatments. It's easier for me to jump on my phone, I guess you could say. I formed a closed online Facebook support group for people affected by cancer of any type so we could help each other get through situations together. Join me at: Hope for Northern Nevada.
Sherry's legacy is her 8 Grandchildren. They share loads of stories and memories, but one stands out to us. Sherry and Zoe share the same birthday month and had their parties together. Help Sherry's daughters and their husbands continue her legacy of AWESOME times. Visit cash.me/$ketamiller84 to donate.
We have learned from The Pink Fund that in 2017, an estimated 255,180 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 63,410 new cases of non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer. Download the Breast Cancer Facts and Figures Sheet (PDF format) as reported by the The National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC). In 2016, Financial Toxicity was designated as a side effect of cancer treatment by the American Society of Clinical Oncology.