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donate events blog twitter linkedin facebook main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content about us mission/vision maimah karmo noelle corporate profile tiger team careers programs education support empowerment advocacy breast cancer toolkit healing center i have breast cancer i need resources i want to help her i want statistics i need answers join the movement donations pink 365 © host an event corporate circle of strength corporate supporters community partners fundraising cupcakes fundraisers membership planned giving affiliates advocacy leadership team ambassadors board of directors medical advisory board pink tie guys media videos in the media press releases media kit brochure blog contact us book maimah events pajama glam 2016 read more young women’s breast health day on the hill 2016 read more spa noa salon fundraiser read more peace, love, and chocolate fundraiser and ladies social read more empower 2016 10th year anniversary celebration read more howard nelson cromwell birthday party read more the society restaurant & lounge read more silpada & wine night read more arbonne international read more jewelz of jordan read more see all past events view past events here women’s health care advocates speak out against uspstf women's health care advocates speak out against uspstf for finalizing guidelines despite legislation imposing a two-year moratorium on their implementation uspstf action is certain to add to confusion over screening and apprehension about access and affordability. maimah on oprah donate breast cancer updates tigerlily foundation is proud to partner with dr. nikhil wagle, of the metastatic breast cancer project, led by the broad institute of mit and harvard, a nonprofit academic research institution whose mission is to dramatically accelerate the understanding and treatment of disease. read more march 2nd, 2012 the ritz carlton, georgetown journal supplement on cancer survivorship in the american journal of preventive medicine read more march 2nd, 2012 the ritz carlton, georgetown women’s health care advocates speak out against uspstf read more march 2nd, 2012 the ritz carlton, georgetown see all pals act passed! in order to help increase the visibility around the protecting access to lifesaving screenings (pals) act, tigerlily foundation hosted a breast screening advocacy day on november 17, 2015. we flew in advocates from across the country to participate in meetings with congressional members and staffers, to ensure our voices are heard and that the pals legislation is passed. in december, the pals act passed! read more here. sign up for our e-newsletter updates on force xrays from our partner, force the cdc-funded program, force xrays, helps you read between the headlines. force xrays medical and research experts are busy separating help from hype, rating news reports and research for accuracy and relevance so you're not left questioning information that matters. click below to read: • force xrays fourth quarterly digest. • force xrays quarterly digest. • weight gain associated with breast cancer survivorship • multigene panel testing and patient care review • what the "truth about cancer" got wrong about brca mutations and cancer tigerlily partnership updates high definition hair giveaway one of the many side effects of treatment for breast cancer includes hair loss. tigerlily foundation and high definition hair have partnered in a national contest created to empower young breast cancer survivors and provide a lucky winner with a custom wig from high definition hair! know someone that could benefit from a high definition wig™? check out the official rules, and help spread the word! thank you for visiting tigerlily foundation. it is my hope that here, you will not only find information and resources, but that you will also find the helping hands of friends, the warmth of sisters and the love of many who have walked and still walk the path that you are on. it is my hope that through this journey, you will reclaim your life, your strength and your spirit – remembering that you are beautiful, strong and can be transformed – not because of, but in spite of breast cancer. -much love always, maimah our sponsors our sponsors copyright © 2012 tigerlily foundation. all rights reserved. non-profit status 1-888-580-6253 fax: 1-703-663-9844 privacy policy feedback site map twitter linkedin facebook design by: red thinking website sponsor: genentech web maintenance: tbm graphix if i survived, you can survive. this is kate anderolttola’s story it’s true what they say about “the call” – you never forget it. it was 4:45 p.m. on friday, february 17, 2012, when the phone rang at work. my doctor told me the results of my breast biopsy: “it’s not benign.” looking back, that moment felt like the scene in a movie when the actor stands still, but everything else just spins around them, out of control. two weeks earlier, doing a self-exam, i felt a lump, but it wasn’t supposed to be anything. i was 35, the mother of a 5-year-old daughter, who is the love of my life, and engaged to be married. i had completed three walks to raise money for breast cancer charities. it didn’t make sense. however, i quickly learned i had no choice but to make sense of it all. in the weeks that followed, i was poked, prodded, scanned and, as i told my friends, had numerous people “go to second base” with me as my treatment plan took shape. i soon learned i was battling stage 2 triple negative invasive breast cancer. triple negative was a new term to me. it didn’t sound like a medical term; triple negative sounded like the name of a wwe wrestler who emerges from clouds of smoke, hoisting a championship belt above his head, before someone hits him with a folding chair from behind. i felt like the wrestler, getting hit from behind. but i also had a crowd of people cheering for me to get back up on my feet. march 15, 2012, was surgery day, and i had a bilateral mastectomy. by the first week of april, i started eight rounds of chemotherapy. between surgery and my first round of chemo, i found out i carried the brca gene mutation. i felt knocked down again, but refused to stay down. someone told me, “cancer won the battle now you win the war.” she was right, and i declared myself a “survivor-in-training.” to say life took an unexpected turn on the february 17 is an understatement. life presented an unwanted challenge but also offered me a new perspective. i have learned many things through tears, laughter, quiet moments, long talks, time with loved ones, and chance meetings with strangers. a few of these things are: my mom saved my life. we lost my grandmother to breast cancer at 53. from a young age, my mother taught me to know my body and be an advocate for my health, including doing breast self-exams. all of us need to encourage our loved ones to do the same and to be aware. i have one nagging question that continues to define my struggle with cancer: why would i be given a gift as wonderful as my daughter, only to potentially be taken away from her? this thought brings up a range of emotions, but it also helps me shape how i want my daughter to see me and how i want to be seen as she grows up. me not being here isn’t an option. so, i cherish every moment with her. her laughter is like music and watching her play or sleep is more beautiful to me than any great work of art or oscar-winning movie. i now know the power of words, kindness, and laughter--all are free, but valuable enough to get you through the worst of days. i feel the rush when someone who loves me holds my hand in a moment when i need it but didn't have to ask. i am overwhelmed by the unconditional love of my parents and family who let me walk through their door, burdened with fear, and then let me walk back out, having passed all of my worry to their shoulders. they take that burden without complaint. everyone dreads the word cancer, myself included. i am confident research will some day find a cure, but, in the meantime, it is education that will save lives. as a survivor-in-training, i want to share my experience in hopes that someone else can triumph from “the call.” cancer opened my eyes to the important things in life. it taught me that hair grows back, so hold your head high and be proud. most importantly, it taught me that breasts don’t define a woman, but using our hearts to their capacity to love others and to be loved is a gift. if i survived, you can survive. this is misty simon's story i was diagnosed at age 30 (exactly 3 years ago on jan 17th, 2007) with invasive breast cancer. there was no family history, i was healthy and thought i'd done everything to protect myself. i underwent a mastectomy which revealed positive lymph nodes. i was pretty lucky and it was only 2 out of 28 and there was no evidence of cancer anywhere else. i ended up being stage iib, her2 neu +, er/pr-. i am a nurse and full time mom and wife. at the time of diagnosis my kids were 3 and 15 months. it was so hard to not be able to pick them up or explain mommy's boo-boos. after healing, i had 4 rounds of ac, twelve weeks of taxol and one year of herceptin. i was so tired, but i continued to work part-time because i refused to let cancer take anything else away from me. we were so blessed with friends who drove me to treatments, made us dinners and watched the kids. i was also very blessed to have a loving, supportive husband who always thought i was beautiful and even shaved his head before i lost my hair so the kids would be used to a bald parent! now, let's not forget the radiation and burns! later i had reconstructive surgery and have been enrolled in a clinical trial to test biphosphinates in their role in preventing future bone mets. now i go for scans every 6 months. i hate having had breast cancer, but god blessed me in many ways and i feel very fortunate to be where i am now.


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