Night Out with “The Girls” In The News
Kentucky Derby with a Colorado connection
Originally Published on YourHub.DenverPost by Liz Miller on April 25th, 2019
Jessica Sidener, of Parker, will be walking in the Survivors Parade presented by Kroger at the 145th Longines Kentucky Oaks, on the historic Churchill Downs racetrack. For the 11th year, this march of breast and ovarian cancer survivors will take place on Kentucky Oaks Day, Friday, May 3, 2019.
Plan the ultimate Moms’ Night Out experience- with a twist!
Originally Published on Englewood Macaroni Kid on April 3rd, 2019
Put a new twist on the old-fashioned girls’ night out! Night Out with “The Girls” provides education and awareness in a fun, relaxed, informal setting where early breast cancer detection is tackled in a manner that exudes: Comfort. Connection. Conversation.
‘Let Go Of That Guilt’: Breast Cancer Survivors Pull 100,000 Lb. Cement Truck
Originally Published on CBS 4 Denver on September 15, 2018 by Joel Hillan
A group of breast cancer survivors came together Saturday morning at PCL Construction Yard in Denver to raise money and awareness for cancer research.
“We are out here for the pink power house pull!” said Tricia Weis with the American Cancer Society.
It was a first-of-its kind event in the Denver area. Six women, cancer survivors and warriors, coming together to pull a 100,000 pound cement pump truck.
Jessica shares how Buddy Check9 helped detect cancer
Originally Published on 9News on March 9, 2017 by KUSA Staff
Jessica Sidener was recently diagnosed with breast cancer after she found a lump on January 9.
She has since had surgery, and now considers herself a breast cancer survivor.
Sidener shared her story in an email to 9NEWS.
Many breast cancer patients not offered genetic testing
Originally Published on FOX 31 Denver on February 20, 2017 by Kim Posey
Women diagnosed with breast cancer may find that genetic testing is an important tool in helping determine treatment.
But, a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows many of the patients aren’t offered genetic testing or counseling. Fewer than 30-percent of patients said they received genetic testing, but almost two thirds of them said they wanted it.