Jane is a cancer survivor who tells about what her and her husband’s feelings are regarding a world of hope despite her being diagnosed with breast cancer.  Jane’s Passages stories of hope during Breast Cancer Awareness month!

Click on the audio file below to listen to Jane’s Story Part One

Advances in screening and treatment have improved survival rates dramatically since 1989. There are around 3.1 million breast cancer survivors in the United States (U.S.). The chance of any woman dying from breast cancer is around 1 in 37, or 2.7 percent.

Jane talks about hearing the Big “C” word and what do you do when cancer becomes part of your life?  Jane’s Story Part Two

In 2017, around 252, 710 new diagnoses of breast cancer are expected in women, and around 40,610 women are likely to die from the disease.

How can God allow so much to happen in Jane’s life for her and her family to deal with?  A father struggles and his wife rises above the challenges to see the “good” despite her needing to deal with cancer.  Jane’s Story Part Three on Passages

Awareness of the symptoms and the need for screening are important ways of reducing the risk of breast cancer and other cancers too.

We pray for all those facing the challenges of life and focus on those women and men who are dealing with breast cancer.