Tera, age 28, found a lump through self-examination and weeks later was told she had stage 3B ductal carcinoma breast cancer. After receiving the devastating news, Tera took action to help prevent this from happening to her younger sister Ashley by testing for the BRCA 1/BRCA 2 gene. When the entire family tested positive, Tera decided the best way to fight this disease was to spread awareness and help other young women who are undergoing similar challenges.
During this fight Tera has discovered that there are an abundance of breast cancer organizations that offer amazing assistance, but they all focus on the same goal. She has taken her challenges as a young fighter and implemented them into a foundation that can offer assistance in areas that are often overlooked. The Martin sisters’ objective is to spread awareness on multiple levels as their mother is a survivor, one sister is a fighter and the other a preventer!
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