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Volleyball Athlete, Detective & Cancer Lifer  

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dunetz
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30/09/2015 6:38 pm  

Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins today, and we know many of you are in the midst of hosting awareness and fundraising events.  If you're working with us to host a Dig Pink® event, great!  If you're hosting a different event with another organization, still great!!  Just the fact that you are taking action is remarkable.  The personal stories of both triumph and tragedy are what move us here at Side-Out to continue working toward a cure, and we encourage you to take a moment to read the story of Detective Julie Tremblay, volleyball athlete and cancer lifer.  Share her blog post and help us to educate others about metastatic (stage 4) breast cancer and raise money for research focused on late stage disease.

Thank you, as always, for all your support,
Julie
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