Erika wants more open and frank conversations about cancer – whether that’s asking questions or getting answers. Hear her story.
A decade ago, Sharon was diagnosed with triple negative grade-three breast cancer. Now, she’s celebrating her 10-years of life since her diagnosis.
Andrea’s mother diagnosed her own breast cancer at the age of 37. That vigilance rubbed off on Andrea. Now, hear her wish for her own daughters – and women everywhere.
As a breast imaging specialist, Dr Amy has seen first-hand how early detection leads to significantly increased survival rates. Watch this video to see her wish.
Nicole’s cancer was discovered just in the nick of time. Her wish is for all cancers to be spotted at the same early stage.
Carmen was worried about her prospects as an African-American cancer patient. Now she’s beaten it, she wishes for an end to disparities across healthcare.
Ali is one-year post-radiotherapy. For her wish, she’s been inspired by the idea of technology working alongside humans to achieve early diagnosis. Watch her story.
Keely was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer last year. Her wish is for everyone to treat patients, survivors and those around them with compassion.
Christine never expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer. Now, eleven years after surviving, she’s wishing for a more accurate way to detect the disease early.
Nisha’s been working in breast imaging for over a decade, and has seen many positive changes. As a radiologist, she wishes for the tools to support early diagnosis.
A family history of cancer gave Jackie the tools to spot her symptoms early. Now she wants to see speedier diagnoses for others.
Kimberly wishes for medical advances that would make it a chronic disease – rather than a deadly one – to make a diagnosis less of a blow to families.
Radiologist Danielle has met many women diagnosed with breast cancer during her career. Watch this video to see her advice and hear her wish.
"This is a very nasty disease and affects families terribly." Anne’s cancer story is a powerful reminder of what we’re all up against. Hear her wish.
Chaunte, a US Air Force veteran, wishes for more breast cancer awareness and greater access to support for female veterans.
“Breast cancer didn’t stop me, but it did focus me.” says Donna, two-time survivor of breast cancer. Watch her story and hear her wish.
Jen’s Mom is a breast cancer survivor. When Jen learnt about the diagnosis, it changed her whole perspective. Watch her story and hear her wish.
“I would urge you to schedule that mammogram now.” Bonnie’s a Chief of Breast Imaging. Like many, her family and friends have been impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis.
Beth found that the best antidote to a cancer diagnosis at 25 was sharing her experience with others. Hear why she hopes others can do the same.
Shahina’s first mammogram caught her breast cancer early. Her wish is that every woman would attend a breast screening mammogram of their own.
Courtney is a three-year breast cancer survivor. She wishes that more women would realise it can happen to anyone – so they’d take steps to catch it earlier.
Rina lost her fight with breast cancer after five years. Now, her nephew wishes that there was a way to catch it earlier – to help other women win their own battles.
Maura received a shock diagnosis of breast cancer just six months after a clear scan. As a senior nurse, she says it’s all about keeping positive.
Mary Beth was lucky – during a routine mammogram, she found her breast cancer early. Her wish is for every woman to be so lucky.
Cary hopes every breast cancer patient can have access to high-quality care – and the support to make informed choices. Hear her wish.
Londoner Miranda is living with secondary breast cancer today. Take a look at her wish for the battle against recurrence.
Mary and her daughter Erin share their family’s experience, with a wish that transparency and fast detection can take the sting away from the cancer conversation.
Oncologist Srivani has seen the impact of breast cancer at work and at home. Her wish is for more people to take full advantage of the detection and treatments available.
Ken’s wife was fortunate that her breast cancer was diagnosed early. His wish is to spread awareness of how a routine mammogram can lead to a longer, happier life.
For her wish, Ali was inspired by her two young daughters – and all the other young women who may benefit from today’s advancements in technology.
Lesley was six months overdue for her mammogram due to COVID-19. Her wish? For speedier screening mammogram results.
Kathy knows the difference a strong, supporting family can make. Hear why she wishes every breast cancer patient could have the same.
Following Kathy’s routine mammogram, the results were inconclusive. But it was the wait for further tests that caused her the most stress. Hear her wish.
Eleven years later, with her mum in remission, Noelle wishes for earlier detection and prevention – to keep families together. Hear her full story.
Saideh’s friend didn’t realise the extent of her breast cancer until she started treatment. Saideh wishes that all women will schedule a breast exam.
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