Jane Moore is returning as a three-time Survivor/Artist “because it makes me happy!”
“I like to spend time with other survivors. It is fun to be creative and encourage other artists with their chairs. WBCC is an important advocate and educator group, and I am honored to have a chance to contribute to the Rare Chair Affair.”
First diagnosed at age 63, Jane would like to see more attention to finding treatment and a cure for metastatic breast cancer. She also would like more resources devoted to triple negative breast cancer. She advocates for early prevention and education for young girls and their parents about healthy ways to prevent breast cancer risk. She also is concerned about affordable health insurance and believes protections are necessary for people with pre-existing conditions.
Since her diagnosis, Jane feels that life is to be lived.
“Be in the moment. It is a miracle that I am alive and healthy today, almost three years after diagnosis. I am so thankful for this gift, and thankful for all the people who help me and encourage me and heal me. I hope to be there to support others on their breast cancer journeys.”