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Hello, my name is Mariah.

I was diagnosed with Stage II Infiltrating Ductal Carcinoma breast cancer in February of 2020 at the age of 36.  I  became a part of the RAD program in May of 2020, right when I was starting chemo.

The RAD program and BFB means the world to me.

When you have a group of people who were with you and help you during one of the hardest times of your life they quickly become like family. If I never found BFB I would not have come out of my cancer treatments with my head held high, and be able to thank cancer for all the good that came of it.

Because of the RAD program I was able to workout through all my chemo and RADiation treatments.

build my strength and confidence after a bilateral mastectomy, learn the importance of focusing on my mental health, find a group of like-minded women who completely understand what I was going through, or get a positive support that I needed.

The positivity, the kind and caring hearts, nonjudgmental side, the humor, the support, the understanding and all the love.

Mariah DeckerRAD Athlete

I will forever be thankful for the program and what they did/do for myself and all the other women.

I can honestly say that the people of BFB truly change the lives of women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, they are the most caring individuals that I have ever met and I have nothing but love and admiration for them. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me get my life back.

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