LeAnne Taylor, News On 6 Anchor has fought her own battle with Breast Cancer. Diagnosed with the disease in 2003, she now works tirelessly to educate others and tell the story of her personal journey.
Tulsa Mother, Daughter Share Surviving Breast Cancer Experience
Treating breast cancer has certainly changed over the years. Where once, a mastectomy was the main treatment, now a lumpectomy coupled with radiation is an option. But treating breast cancer when you are pregnant becomes extremely complicated, the goal, saving mother and baby.
Two Cancer Survivors Explain Why They Run In Tulsa's 'Komen Race For The Cure'
Each year, hundreds of people lace up their shoes for the Tulsa Komen Race for the Cure to help raise money to fight breast cancer. Thursday morning on 6 In The Morning, LeAnne Taylor talked with two guests both race for a very important reason, not only for themselves but for each other.
How Your Tulsa Komen Race For The Cure Donations Are Used
Each year, you hear about Tulsa Komen Race for the Cure and you're asked to donate to help in the fight against breast cancer. Tuesday morning, 6 In The Morning LeAnne Taylor talked with Christy Southard, Executive Director of the Tulsa affiliate of Susan G. Komen.
Tulsa Woman Who First Ignored Her Breast Cancer, Now Winning Her Battle
It's estimated nearly 250,000 women and men will hear the diagnosis of breast cancer this year in this country. And while more than 40,000 will die from the disease, early detection is the key. I want you to meet a young woman who tried to ignore the signs, but ultimately is winning the battle as she gets ready to Race For The Cure.