My mother, Jenny Nobles Bradford, has been diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. She will have 16 treatments, once every 2 weeks, which will take 8 months. Then she will have to endure 12 treatments of a different chemo. After that, she will undergo surgery to remove her right breast and after healing from that she will receive radiation.
This is the biggest, scariest, and most unexpected hurdle anyone could ever be asked to jump. Any bit of support goes a long way towards her beating this.
She is a loving mother and a very empathetic individual in general, she has never met a stranger in her life and would bend over backwards to help another human being in their time of need.
She has had an outpouring of support from friends and family, and this is our chance to make this entire process even easier on her. She is worried sick about paying for everything, and she shouldn't have to worry about that so much as getting better.
She does not need pity, she is a strong individual and pity would do her no good. What she needs now is support, support from everyone. So that she knows she is not alone in this battle.
- Jacob Richart
- Renee Lenz
- Audrey Kepchar
- Red Clark