July 27, 2012
I first volunteered for ABCD: After Breast Cancer as it was just being organized. I knew first hand that a free, unbiased, reliable, accessible and truly personal resource for support for those affected by breast cancer - patients, family and friends - was essential. I had just learned a dear friend had breast cancer and had no idea how to be helpful or calm my own stress. Since that time thousands have been served, living in cities, rural areas and everywhere in between. ABCD's approach is changing the breast cancer experience. Now, I work at ABCD and am proud to be part of an amazingly effective and sensitive organization with hundreds of trained and professionally supported volunteers, committed staff and insightful Board. Sadly, because of the prevelance of breast cancer, I've used ABCD's services over and over. But until there is no more breast cancer, thank heavens ABCD is there.
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