JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It's a combo story of two victories in the fight against breast cancer.
Sue Gilmore is our new Buddy Check 12 success story. She says her lump felt just like a golf ball.
Sue has three sisters and she's passionately reminding them to do Buddy Check 12. In fact, she carried Buddy Check 12 kits on a trip to make sure family members are checking.
Congratulations to Sue for making sure the doctors checked out what she could feel in her own breast.
If you'd like a free Buddy Check 12 kit just call 904-202-CARE to Baptist Health.
Another victory is to see the students at Nova Southeastern University, a new school to train physicians assistants, join our push to get women free mammograms when they can't afford to pay.
Hats off to everyone there for making creative Hero Bras! Even the guys pitched in with some zeal.
The Hero Bra project is our work with Komen for the Cure North Florida for the M-Line, the first Mammogram Hotline on the First Coast.
If you can't afford a mammgoram, call 1-877-9-MY-MAMO.
First Coast News