Breast Cancer Survivors Share Their Stories
A breast cancer diagnosis is devastating news for any woman; but the remarkable stories of survival can be truly inspiring. These amazing women faced a long and uphill battle when they received their diagnosis, but through their strength, determination, and the help of their exceptional care teams at UH Seidman Cancer Center, they were able to persevere and successfully fight their cancer. Read more about their inspirational journeys.
Alaina Koplow, had twin 3-year-olds and a 1-year-old daughter when she learned she had an advanced, rare form of breast cancer. With access to clinical trials and the newest drug therapies, she has responded well to ongoing treatment.
At age 45, Bonita Johnson of Ashtabula found a lump in her breast, and six months later was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer. Thanks to the team at UH Geneva Medical Center and UH Seidman Cancer Center, she is now cancer-free.
A Life-Saving Mammogram Using the Latest Technology Helen Novotney had never had a screening mammogram because she always felt healthy. That changed in late 2012, as she helped her aunt navigate her own breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. While...
Breast Cancer Survivor Reflects on Life-Saving Treatment After Delivering Baby Sue Swiger's second pregnancy was tinged with anxiety. She had been diagnosed with breast cancer and began treatment days after delivering her daughter, Audrey. After...