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    Sadie Lynn

    Learn about her courageous battle

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    Learn the signs and steps

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    The Best Protection is Early Detection

Our Mission: To raise breast cancer awareness through early detection, prevention and education.

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Together, we raised more than $24,000 for Cancer Care Services in 2014

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Sadie Lynn's Story

Learn about her courageous battle

Sadie Lynn is battling a rare form of breast cancer that struck her when she was only 19. Her goal is to help educate and increase awareness not just with women but youth. Watch her story and her courageous battle to fight this disease.

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In Memoriam: Lauren Skillman

A True Inspiration.

We honor the memory of Lauren Skillman who was diagnosed with cancer at the young age of 18 and lost her battle at 21. This site is dedicated to her courage and loving spirit

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Ride for the Cure Products

Tarter Farm and Ranch

Join the fight with Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment and the All-American Cowgirl Chicks.

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Learn about early detection, screening, and prevention

Get Screened

Early detection is the best defense against breast cancer. It is recommended that all adult women receive a clinical breast exam by a healthcare provider at least every three years to check for lumps. However, a mammogram is the best detector of breast cancer and uses x-rays to find lumps before they become big enough to feel. It is recommended that all women over the age of 40 receive a mammogram annually.

Know Your Risk

Certain factors affect a person's risk of developing breast cancer. Age is a significant factor; as a woman grows older, her risk of developing breast cancer increases. A woman aged 20 has a less than 0.1% chance of developing breast cancer while a woman aged 60 has a more than 3% chance of developing breast cancer. Other important indicators of increased risk include family history of breast cancer, race/ethinicy, and age of first period and first childbirth.

Facts and Statistics

Approximately 232,670 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women in the US in 2014. Approximately 1 in 8 women will get breast cancer in her lifetime.

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About Us

Wearing the patriotic colors of red, white and blue, Trish Lynn and the All American Cowgirl Chicks® are an equestrian drill team, exemplifying the true meaning of their western heritage as they entertain crowds while riding for the cure for cancer and our military.

Sadie Lynn's Story

Thank you to Tarter Farm and Ranch Equipment for putting together this video of Sadie Lynn's own battle with cancer.




The following are organizations that we support

Tarter Farm and Ranch: Sadie's Ride for the Cure Campaign

A portion of the proceeds of the sale of this pink product will go to the Sadie’s Ride For The Cure Campaign, which helps families battling with cancer.  More information may be found at  http://tarterusa.com/cure/ The campaign rides back in the months of August, September and October 2014. Pre order pink Tarter products with  your Tarter dealer now for Fall delivery.

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Cancer Care Services

Cancer Care Services' mission is to provide help and hope to cancer patients and survivors and their families and caregivers through direct financial, emotional, spiritual and social programs, services and activities.
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Creative Image Laser

Specializing in skin cancer and prevention as well as acne, PCOS, and other skin conditions
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Total People Plus

Total People Plus founder Dr. Harry Anderson is a cancer survivor and health nutritionist/creator of Total People
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