“Hope to me is a better, brighter future and that tomorrow will be a better day for not just me but everyone.  The future is not guaranteed so without hope, life loses meaning.”

Sharon Kiltpatrick’s experience has led her to give back to the breast cancer community.  She wants other women to know that breast cancer isn’t limited to those with a family history and it’s important to be your own advocate.  As a volunteer for a breast cancer non-profit organization, she wants women to know about the resources available and that it’s not just about pink ribbons during the month of October.  Breast cancer has an impact every day of the year, whether it’s a diagnosis, treatment or survival.

Sharon is a three-year survivor.