Sandra Lee is a multiple Emmy® Award winner, best-selling author, the Editor in Chief of Sandra Lee Magazine and sandralee.com and a special contributor to Good Morning America. In March 2015, Sandra was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer and publicly documented her story, leading up to her decision to undergo a double mastectomy just weeks after her diagnosis. She has been honored for her outspoken activism and advocacy on behalf of women's and children's health and well-being.
1 in 8 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime?
On any given day Susan G. Komen helps to provide 582 breast cancer screenings and 114 diagnostic services to people in underserved communities.
The More Than Pink® movement celebrates the heroes who have made a significant impact in the fight to end breast cancer. These heroes show what it means to be More Than Pink®, and should inspire everyone to act, donate and get involved in this fight. Here are some thoughtful ways to support the heroes who champion the fight. Read More
It is 3am and we are on a three-hour drive to the Komen Race for the Cure® held in Manchester, Vermont. Two of my kids and my sister are on this trip with me. Our Nana was diagnosed with breast cancer and was a survivor. Unfortunately, Nana passed away a year later from pancreatic cancer. The fight against cancer is very dear to our hearts Read More
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