Buffalo Resident Diagnosed with Breast Cancer, One Year After Losing His Wife to Breast Cancer, Tells His Story to Raise Awareness
Father, Daughter Share Their Lessons to Help Others
Local Leaders Stress Need for Increased Funding for Research & Treatment
As the nation recognizes October as Breast Cancer Awareness month, Buffalo resident Mike Story and his daughter Carly are sharing their story with Western New York and the country to draw attention to the issue and try to help others. And while Mike shares the story of his fight, childhood friend Congressman Brian Higgins (NY-27) continues his fight for increased federal funding for cancer research and treatment at facilities like Roswell Park Cancer Institute right here in Western New York and others across the nation.
Who: Mike and Carly Story
Congressman Brian Higgins
Dr. Tracey O¹Connor, a medical oncologist and Assistant Professor at Roswell
Park Cancer Institute
Additional Cancer Organization Advocates
What: Mike and Carly’s story was featured today on a national television program and tomorrow he will join others from Western New York to tell his story here.
Where: Gaylord/Cary Conference Room
Research Studies Center, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Elm & Carlton Streets, Buffalo
When: 4PM – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28