Although I don't have breast cancer I made it on the iSalute the Ribbon's Wall of Honor.
" I had an opportunity to meet Rena Day founder of Salute the Ribbon when I was diagnosed with rare cancer called Osteosarcoma (Stage 4) at the age of 28. Rena serves great character when dealing with people with cancer. Not only does she shows great character, she creates ways to deal with situations in a very professional matter, She's equivalent to a drill sergeant. She pushes you to want to get better. Losing is not an option for Rena. She fights with you until the very end."
Thanks Rena for pushing me now I'm cancer free as of April 2016!
No, I don't have breast cancer, I wanted to be placed on the iSalute the Ribbon's Wall of Honor. "Thank God from whom all blessings flow. Thank you so very much Mrs. Rena Day. You were truly a God sent in my case and an answer to my prayer. I was diagnosed with stage four small cell prostate cancer and was told by the doctors at Shands Hospital. I would not be able to work again because of my condition.
God sent me an angel in the flesh by the name of Mrs. Rena Day. When I was first met her I knew she was sent by God for me. As we met and talked and she shared with me what she could do for me through her organization I was so excited because I could hear and see her passion and love for what she does. I would like to say everything she told me she and her organization could do for me that is exactly what she has done. Mind you I had already applied for these services before I met Mrs. Rena Day be was denied. Within seven to ten days I received my medicaid approval letter.
A couple of days later I received my card just like she had said. Instead of many many months and years and continuous denials I received my first check in the mail just like she had told me. So thanks to Mrs. Rena Day and her organization I am medically insured and have at least some type of income to help me maintain some quality of life.
And because of Mrs. Rena Day and her program I am now an advocate for it. I was not asked to do so. I just took it upon myself Because I truly feel with all my heart this is something that can help the masses and many many others if they just knew about it."
The day that changed my life Oct. 15, 2015
(Stage 4 Osteosarcoma Survivor)
"My mother moved to Florida in October of 2014 and she had to start her Chemotherapy the same month. After her last treatment December 2014, the doctor told us that the Chemotherapy stopped working. I saw that Rena Day had sent me a link to her Non-Profit Organization, Salute the Ribbon. So, I clicked on the link and all of my answers were right there. So, I called Salute the Ribbon Incorporated and left a message for someone to call back... Rena Day (founder) responded right back. STR guided us with education on healthy eating habits and assisted my mother with applying for Medicaid. I thank god for Salute the Ribbon for educating my mother & I through this process."
Audrey Criss, (daughter)
(Small Cell Prostate Cancer Survivor)
iSalute the Ribbon's Wall of Honor
Linda Dunn (Breast Cancer Survivor)
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