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Please click on the button below to check out my GoFundMe page. I am now without insurance and struggling to continue getting the treatments needed to continue this fight.

Hope is the belief that a positive outcome lies ahead. There have been moments since my diagnosis where I found it difficult to feel hopeful. Thankfully those moments have been few and far between.


Sharing some things that helped renew my hope when I felt it slipping away.

I am a survivor. This is my journey.

Running Strong

By: Pam Robbins

Survivor

On October 7, 2017, I will participate in 

Paint Gwinnett Pink!

I will be joining others who will be running or walking with one common goal-to show their support by raising money for and bringing awareness to those affected by breast cancer.


You can learn more, donate, or join my team by clicking on the button.



Hope

I am a breast cancer survivor. People disagree on when one is considered a "survivor." I considered myself a survivor on the day of my diagnosis (October 3, 2016) when my doctor asked if I was ready to fight. Of course I was ready to fight-I had no choice in the matter!


I won't lie-it's been difficult at times, but I AM A SURVIVOR!