I met Becky at an event in 2009, where she was raising awareness & fundraising. This is where I first heard about the National Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline and also a little as to who they were and what they were about. They were short of a helper and I stepped in and since that day I have never looked back. I later met Becky’s mum, Wendy and they have both quickly become 2 of my very best friends, in fact I would class them as part of my family.
In the time I know them both, I have leant so much about the Helpline and the invaluable service that they provide. I have no family history of Hereditary Breast Cancer but I have met some amazing people along my journey and am SO proud to say that I belong to their Team.
I help Becky and Wendy wherever and whenever I can and will continue to do this as long as I live as I truly believe they have helped and saved so many lives of women and men in their plight to rid this terrible disease.