Banking on a Cure- Angie Hubble
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They say hindsight is 2020. Looking back I would say my biggest regret in life was skipping my mammogram during the height of Covid. It was the first mammogram I ever skipped. By the time I noticed the lump in April of 2021, appointments for mammograms were so backed up that it took over two months to get one. In late June, I received the devastating news that the large mass was cancer, and that I was already stage 3 as it had already moved into my lymph nodes.
I have many important women in my life who are breast cancer survivors including my cousin and my mother (a two time survivor for over 20 years). Their battles and victories provide me with hope for my own battle. I am truly blessed to have amazing friends and family near and far who have been so incredibly supportive during this fight. Thank you for your love and un-ending prayers.
For many years I have supported the Miracle Mile by walking or volunteering. In 2021 the goals of the Miracle Mile have become much more personal to me. This year I will not be able to "Walk the Walk" but I hope you will consider joining me in cheering from the sidelines with our Banking On A Cure Team. Our team goal is to raise $10,000. My personal goal is $1000. No donation is too small, because every dollar earned goes to University's Breast Health Services and Mobile Mammography Unit, which provide life-saving screenings to women in our community regardless of their ability to pay. No woman is ever turned away from the mobile unit!
Please support my participation in this exciting event and help me reach my fundraising goal.
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