Casey Sartain was diagnosed with breast cancer in May of 2017. Two tumors and a lymph node were found to have the most aggressive form of breast cancer, Stage 2b HER2+, with a 100% growth rate. After over four months of chemo, a successful Lumpectomy, and then 7 weeks of daily radiation, she is now getting a dose of Herceptin every three weeks for a year. Her battle is far from over.
Casey is a teacher at R.L. Turner High School. While undergoing treatment she missed less than a handful of days of work. The way she handles being a single mother and continues to enrich the lives of her students through this ordeal has only further proves how strong of a woman she is. While my family and I realize how incredibly fortunate we are to have Casey come out of this in such great shape, cancer treatment can be a crippling financial burden on any family. We humbly ask for any donation that you can give. All money received will go towards paying medical bills. I appreciate you taking the time to learn a little bit about Casey’s journey. She is a warrior and will not be defeated.
From our family to yours,