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Norma Roth's Pink Ribbon Journey

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We never know who is walking next to us, standing just ahead of us in the checkout line.  And yet, superwomen are everywhere in our lives.  We just have to turn around and meet them.

Norma E. Roth, a breast cancer survivor, learned she had breast cancer after a non-palpable tumor was detected on her annual mammogram.  She was the ninth and youngest woman, spanning three generations on both sides of her mother’s family to be diagnosed with breast cancer.  In 2006, Norma began interviewing breast cancer survivors and well known physicians to create a unique and special collection of sentimental stories celebrating women with breast cancer.  She holds a bachelor of science degree from Boston University’s College of Communication and is a former grant writer for various Philadelphia based non-profit organizations.  She is an active volunteer in local charities.  Ms. Roth lives in Cherry Hill, NJ with her husband, Joel Penn, and their three children.

Today's episode will talk about how Norma felt led to write her book, and how she shares her own superpowers with everyone who encounters her on her own journey to educate those of us who have not yet been touched by this disease!  For more information, go to: http://www.pinkribbonjourney.com/.