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Amanda MusserAmanda Musser
Amanda Musser
Lebanon
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Molly Lutton
Franklin
Kerri Connor MatchettKerri Connor Matchett
Kerri Conner Matchett
Montgomery
Linda GoldenLinda Golden
Linda Golden
Franklin
Amber-ShawAmber-Shaw
Amber Shaw
York
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Paula Cotherman (56), Kathryn Fiscus (68), Barbara Garland (53), Fern Gourley (80), Holly Gourley (31), Althea Haight (70), Marian Heasley (72), Carol Kiser (40), Karla Loll (57), Dawn Lumadue (49), Shirley Matthews (75), Cindy Mays (45),
Paula McCanna (43), Molly Reed (52), Deb Roberston (56), Karen Rowan (48), Judy Runyan (75), Kathy Scarpaci (63),
Margie Small (60), Lois Smith (79), Alicia Troesch (49), Jaunice Vega (37), Jeannie Wagner (68), Martha Wagner (67),
Paula Wolbert (53), Pamela Zahoran (50)

*Ages indicate age of disagnosis
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Amanda Musser
Lebanon
Amanda Musser
Diagnosed at age 30
Life does not always give you what you want, but if you look closely you will see that it gives you what you need for growth. It is important for me to remember that although my journey with cancer was an uphill battle there were also many opportunities for growth along the way. And through this diagnosis I have found my passion, in helping people who have also been touched by cancer.
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Molly Lutton 3
Franklin
Molly Lutton
Diagnosed at age 33
Breast cancer is pervasive. It doesn't discriminate and is merciless. I lost my mother-in-law to inflammatory breast cancer in January of 2013. That same year my mother died after a 17-year battle with metastatic breast cancer in December. Just three months later I was diagnosed with breast cancer, 33 years old, 30 weeks pregnant with our fourth baby. Several surgeries, and chemotherapy with a newborn, and with much love and support I did it.
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Kerri Connor Matchett
Montgomery
Kerri Conner Matchett
Diagnosed at age 33
"Finally, just when the caterpillar thought its life was over, it became a butterfly." - Anonymous

So many women believe that life is over once you get breast cancer. Well, my mother and I are living proof that it is NOT. It's just the beginning! Live, Love, Laugh and most importantly...FIGHT!
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Linda Golden
Franklin
Linda Golden
Diagnosed at age 62
Early detection saved my life, so my friends and I organized Ride the Trail to a Cure to put a face on this disease and to encourage women to do self-examinations and have mammograms. We know this trail has an end and that end is a cure.
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Amber-Shaw
York
Amber Shaw
Diagnosed at age 28
I was a normal 28 year old wrapped up in all the happiness of planning a wedding. 7 months before getting married, I found a lump. 3 days later I was diagnosed with stage 2A DCIS. My whole world was flipped upside down. Cancer does not discriminate.
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What is the PA Breast Cancer Coalition’s 67 Women, 67 Counties Traveling Photo Exhibit?

67 Women, 67 Counties: Facing Breast Cancer in Pennsylvania is a traveling photo exhibit hosted by communities across PA. This educational work of art celebrates the life, courage, hope and dignity of women and families who have battled breast cancer.

This touching tribute showcases at least one woman from each of the state’s 67 counties and serves as a unique reminder of the emotional and physical toll breast cancer takes on each woman and her family. The exhibit encourages women to learn about and practice early detection through yearly mammograms, monthly breast self-exams, and annual clinical exams. More than 103,000 women and their families are living with breast cancer in the Commonwealth. Since 1994, the exhibit has been hosted by over 100 communities and reached millions of Pennsylvanians through the extensive media coverage it attracts.  If you would like to host the photo exhibit in your area, click here to fill out a request form.

For more information about the exhibit, click here.