MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center employees came together in an effort to raise awareness of breast cancer, remember loved ones lost and encourage those who continue to fight, at the “Hope Liv
Stories for Breast Care
In 1997, Sharon was diagnosed with cancer for the first time at 44-years-old. Sharon regularly had routine mammograms because both her mother and grandmother had breast cancer.
Cancer has a way of disrupting someone’s life.
For many typical 21-year-olds, the biggest everyday concerns are making it to class, where to eat, and what to do on the weekend. But Brittni Doty wasn’t a typical 21-year-old. At the young age of 21, she was thinking about breast cancer.
Camlyn has been a Lake Forest resident her entire life. She shares a close bond with her mom and two sisters who all share a love of the water.