What It's Like to Do the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer

Photographs by Ronnie Andren

We asked some of the 3,300 women (and men) who participated in a recent Avon Walk for Breast Cancer who they're walking for. Their answers will inspire you.

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Colethie Adams

"I signed up last year to honor my grandmother, who died of breast cancer when I was very young. Then, just three months later, my doctor found a lump and I was diagnosed with it at 32. It was surreal. I tried hard not to think about the pain. I did the walk only two days after finishing chemo. My doctors didn't want me to, but I did it! Right afterward I had to start radiation."
-- Colethie Adams, 33


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