Sue was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma (brain cancer) in January of 2011. She underwent 2 surgeries, radiation and chemo along with a number other treatments. Most of the time she was optimistic, but there was always a gray cloud following her.
In 2013, she found a lump in her breast and was diagnosed with breast cancer. She felt she didn't have time to deal with this and decided to have both breasts removed. Once everything was healed she did go ahead with breast reconstruction since the brain cancer seemed to be under control.
In the Fall of 2014 she took a turn for the worse and so began her decline. In the end she was surrounded by family and friends and her life slipped away. She was only 53 when diagnosed and the best years of her life were taken away. On March 25th, after a 5 year battle with brain cancer Sue passed away.
MSKCC and Cycle for Survival has raised over $5,700,000 this year alone and over $145,000,000 since it started in 2007.
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