Former Pageant Winner Lends Inspirational Voice to Breast Cancer Awareness

Former Miss Ohio Tiffany Baumann Cantelupe and family

Former Miss Ohio Tiffany Baumann Cantelupe, a breast cancer survivor and patient at UH Seidman Cancer Center, cheers on the Cleveland Browns with her family and celebrates all breast cancer survivors and their caregivers.

Tiffany Baumann Cantelupe discovered a lump in her armpit when she was 35 years old. Tiffany, mother of two and a former Miss Ohio, had a fast-moving and aggressive breast cancer. She was treated at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center with chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. Prior to starting treatment, she donated her hair to Locks of Love, an organization that makes wigs for kids with cancer.

Today, Tiffany is happy to tell others that she is cancer free because of the medical care she received at UH Seidman Cancer Center. She hopes that sharing her story will inspire others in the community to support UH Seidman Cancer Center and its amazing staff, leading-edge research and unparalleled care.

On a recent Sunday in Cleveland, Tiffany and her family celebrated on the field at FirstEnergy Stadium before the Browns took on the Steelers and won. She looked radiant alongside other breast cancer survivors, caregivers and staff from UH Seidman Cancer Center as they joined together to cheer for their survivorship and help spread the word to Greater Clevelanders: It’s time to Woman Up! Get a mammogram.

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