Learn from Marissa Thomas, CEO and Co-founder of For the Breast of Us, the first online platform for women of color and their families affected by breast cancer, as she tells her story of how she overcame hardship, found community, and created an opportunity for you to join the sisterhood of breast cancer survivors!
Special Guest IG: @marissadt28
For the Breast of Us IG: @forthebreastofus
The company’s mission is to uplift women of color affected by breast cancer by sharing stories to empower survivors and help make the rest of their lives the best through education, advocacy, and community.
For more information, visit https://breastofus.com/.
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