Originally Published Oct 2013© / Updated May 2016©
Sponsored by: Dr. Cynthia S. Crawford, Greenspoon Marder P.A., Apex Physicians • Produced by:
Dr. Cynthia S. Crawford, Anthony Ignaccio, David Graves, Jeff Nolde, Jon Schellender and Jeannette Weiss.
Meet The Board
Getting a Breast Cancer diagnosis is devastating, but to then have to worry about whether you can afford treatment to live is unthinkable.
Each and every Breast Cancer patient deserves to survive the disease, both physically and fiscally.
There [are] people dying because they cannot afford life saving Breast Cancer surgery and treatment. No one should be denied that level of health care.
I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer on September 11, 2001. My world would never be the same.
Over twenty years ago my Aunt Polly was diagnosed with Breast Cancer. … She was like a second mother to me.
When one of the teachers at my school got Breast Cancer, I saw firsthand what happens to cancer patients.
I’ve experienced what cancer does to a loved one and the toll it takes on the families, and now dedicate my career to treating patients with cancer.
I am honored and proud to be part of a volunteer-driven Breast Cancer organization that is making a difference locally.