“I’ll Hand You to Pam”—How One Breast Cancer Survivor Became a Support System for So Many

Updated November 22nd, 2020

“I’ll Hand You to Pam”—How One Breast Cancer Survivor Became a Support System for So Many

My mother was diagnosed with cancer when I was 12; she died when I was 15. I could never have guessed that going through cancer myself, years later, would help me more fully process this loss—by giving me tools to help others with the disease.

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