Head for the Cure San Antonio helps family cope with loss
SAN ANTONIO – A few months after losing their loved one due to brain cancer in 2014, one family found comfort in walking alongside people they had never met but related to more than anyone. Price and her family have found strength and community through their involvement through the annual event Head for the Cure San Antonio. Their participation began in 2014 with a small group of family members and close friends but has since grown. It’s an opportunity to increase awareness through community involvement which in turn, according to Price, helps family’s like hers. For more information on Head for the Cure, visit its website here.
Jourdanton woman celebrates 25 years of being cancer free by donating her hair to teacher fighting brain cancer
Jill Watts Foster was diagnosed in March of 1995 with breast cancer, but after 12 rounds of chemotherapy, she beat it. Foster decided to "pay it forward" by cutting 10 inches of her hair and donating it. Fosters donation will now be going to Lisa Shelton, who was recently diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Shes being very modest, said Taylor Shelton, Lisa Sheltons daughter. Lisa Shelton said she would like to thank Jill Foster for donating her hair.