Knowing that you’re helping to find a cure for breast cancer feels pretty good — even it’s in a small way. I think I can speak for the Wheaton volunteers at today’s Indy Supercure event when I say that the work we did today, and will repeat with a whole new set of volunteers tomorrow, is pretty gratifying. Whether we were emptying trash or acting as supply managers for the medical professionals performing blood draws or taking tissue samples, we know we’re contributing to a very worthy cause. I hope you’ll consider becoming a volunteer or a donor at upcoming collection events for the Komen for the Cure Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center.
Moving toward a cure for breast cancer
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