Edith Sanford Breast Cancer will pioneer the future of breast cancer research and care. By piecing together the entire genetic puzzle of each woman, we are discovering how to revolutionize treatment and eradicate breast cancer. We are mobilizing participants—mothers, wives, sisters and daughters—to donate their genetic information as we build an extensive bio bank that will underpin our groundbreaking research. As we decode this deadly disease, we will know more specifically what treatments will work for each patient, how to prevent disease on an individual basis, and ultimately, how to find a cure.
Edith Sanford Breast Foundation
Link to Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Early detection saves lives. Schedule your mammogram today and encourage others to do the same. Breast screenings only take a few moments. A few moments may save a life.
Link to Pink: Kris Altiere
It still amazes me how one phone call and four words can forever change your life: "You have breast cancer."
Link to Pink: Leah Wood
When it came to making one of the most difficult decisions of her life, Leah Wood thought of her 6-year-old daughter, Avery.
Link to Pink: Kristi Neuharth
Kristi Neuharth knew something was wrong when she found a lump in her breast. She knew it needed to be looked at, so she immediately scheduled a mammogram.
Link to Pink: Kelli Koepsell
In her mid-40s, with no family history of cancer, Kelli Koepsell never thought she’d face breast cancer. But in 2014, her mammogram detected three tumors.
Link to Pink: Dr. David Pearce
Dr. David Pearce, executive vice president of Sanford Research and an internationally renowned scientist, lost his sister, Jennifer, to breast cancer.
Link to Pink: Kathy Sundvold
Kathy Sundvold is a breast cancer survivor. But more importantly, she is a mom, wife, teacher, friend, sister and daughter.
Link to Pink: Erin Green
Nine years ago, at age 35, Erin Green fought her own battle against breast cancer and came out triumphant.