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To -- a young woman who has decided to make it -- mission of hers to help other women who have experienced.
A traumatic situation in her life.
On May ninth -- 2012 -- -- was diagnosed with breast cancer.
She was 28 she felt -- -- -- -- that she deemed only for older people.
She is decided to take this experience and turn it around and and and do some good for other young folks like herself who have gone through this.
Sort of life changing not sort of this life changing experience that that you really have to live in order to really truly understand and I want to hear more.
-- from -- now she's the founder of fighting fancy dot com.
Think -- so much -- for -- for talking with -- and and and it's so cool what you're doing fighting fancy -- won -- letter viewers -- is that.
Nonprofit organization -- provides -- -- to young women.
-- as young as fifteen to 39 with breast cancer.
Tell about how you started this organization what -- in these bags.
And and clearly this is something that.
You learned firsthand that you knew would be beneficial to others like yourself.
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Tammy good friends you guys -- -- Elson had rescued terror acts give me different tips on what medicine the tanker and when she's taken what products to -- their skin -- -- in his act.
She's just trying to get to meet different guests in their opinions -- And it.
I am still in became -- toward other girls they started to get cash -- -- -- -- mean ask yourself what a good way to get back with a take and I'll accept but obtained -- veteran hands and into this gets back act it out.
Then the bags include the heart tank and necklace where each hour and a -- change.
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And in that aggregate ID DT IPD and necklace and then.
There's this huge news staffers right now and let's eat products are being black and more in our anxious and looking at no cost -- -- all.
Generics and asked to -- products that back.
And it just.
Kind of -- to make girls still Letterman this is a younger women never talking about are always finish making sure created -- yourself you know when year.
They slit your life and losing hair -- -- -- -- First of all how you know how did how did you first know.
To go to the doctor and is it something that that.
That may be a lot of young women.
Don't know better about because like yourself you know at age 28 you're not thinking that this could ever happen to somebody.
So young in his -- why you really want to approach women in a younger age group -- to educate them.
Absolutely any insurance and -- -- a woman is it.
For a woman to get a mammogram -- at age thirty I can tell us feel like he's just conveniently forget it -- I need to have a mammogram until -- had breast cancer so I think that it so important that we detect something not to just ignore her feet.
You know well I'm -- it's not it's going to be -- -- Intel I found a -- one day and I know it's early on Monday morning -- the doctor and I'm just a matter data that's out now that it might actually -- -- -- -- -- how many times young women she skipped a grade and eight surely army.
And so what are the doctors say how soon did you start treatment after the and when it what what what -- the doctor tell you as far as how early you caught it etc.
Well whenever -- reading it.
Lottery -- got excited to date accent yeah I just didn't when he and I edit colleagues worry in the notes it was.
You can't -- are now -- or later -- when -- made the doctor went back to.
When he came back friends and family she told demolished -- thank goodness I that keeps her from watching -- I -- -- Elicited an all -- you'd be looking for are not antiterrorist team marsh and then TA later -- got a phone call.
And it was -- her she just.
She didn't know what to say -- she thought every thought we possibly caught it early and against you know it was something she never seen before he should end and whenever we got -- test back turned act.
A high risk to -- -- You -- been -- that -- -- -- -- -- lottery every few weeks and I'm in November and it has surgery for the double mastectomy and now -- I hero he.
You know it's incredible because like you said health insurance companies don't cover mammograms I was just talking about the so I -- my sister yesterday.
Up until a certain age and you're saying 35 years old I wasn't even really shore.
With the ages.
What I guess what -- what goes into these bags that that that you would like to get across to young women that were in the same boat as you.
And potentially don't know at this point.
Whether something's wrong with them and and when they do finally get this diagnosis.
What what is it in these bags that will help them I guess through the process if it's possible.
-- into the process really suspect a backhoe bucket just -- feel connected to this younger women I mean there's.
Just different eat and eat like tools each until they're good for women with -- let -- -- that -- -- But -- -- -- has had people come to me that my grandmother had to eat her I had -- -- And it was kind of it's a different generation and a whole new generation of women that are getting ever more rock and ash into it kind of just next to each of bigger girls -- And it's just fun again and he feels special and economy -- that -- want to be but you are so -- Yosemite and actually get back somebody else that happened near pierce.
-- -- my back.
OK so now we want to tell people how to get involves.
How they can help -- gonna tell us are about your website and then who ads go -- how do you decide exactly who gets the backs.
Well actually started -- just speaking are the -- -- it just went everywhere -- there's no way that I can.
Tell someone they don't live here are they you don't have breast cancer and he hit it back -- Initially what they did start breast teacher and I'm -- extra cracker back.
I just don't Dini to narrow it down just had you have my state -- my -- necessary.
You can go to -- Com and there's interracial how to donate towards a bad idea but good ice and -- -- likes to donate but in the back to -- back or donate money he can.
Email me yet I didn't AT&T not on ice -- are mighty mouse and he can either purchased -- -- it.
Not just making do you want for our friends and I can ended December -- -- or Ricky partially -- its reach into an act that you -- -- well.
-- that's so sweet having it's it's just an incredible that you actually are so hands on with all that you have going on.
Knowing that your thinking of others I mean in strangers quite frankly that you want to help is is really inspiring.
Thank you so much for talking to us good luck to you -- and stay in here and let us know how everything goes but it sounds like.
Your company has a really bright future ahead so we have we've have you Anaheim.
Everybody got to -- Nancy dot com by the way thank you so much Heather Owens.
She's the founder of fighting fancy dot com -- -- fancy dot com go there and find out how you can help other women.
In need in and in really -- just inspired those who are going through.
The difficult process of chemotherapy.
And healing because healing really the power of healing.
Certainly is is something that can be helped by knowing that you got a lot of support out there are not just from friends and family and probably you know.
Personally but just an outpouring of support by.
People that are perfect strangers is is a real inspiration for -- for those who were going through -- difficult time.
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