Statistics claim that around 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. For the staff of Family Practice Associates of Easley (FPAE), this statistic became 1 in 4 women. Within the last 12 years, breast cancer has affected a total of 8 women within the office family.
Julie Dangler, MD, is one of the eight women. When a member of the Family Practice Associates of Easley is diagnosed with breast cancer, it affects everyone. The people in this practice consider themselves more than just colleagues; they consider themselves as a family. They support one another throughout the diagnosis, treatment and recovery and affectionately call themselves the Pink Sisters who took on cancer, fought like girls and won!
The 2013 Breast Cancer Awareness Tiger Paw pins, courtesy of Dabo Swinney's All In Team Foundation, along with Coca-Cola Consolidated, OOBE and St. Francis Hospital, are now available for sale. Click HERE to purchase the pin at the Official Online Store of Clemson Athletics on ClemsonTigers.com. The pins are also available locally at Tiger Town Graphics in downtown Clemson and at the Barnes & Noble bookstore on the Clemson campus. On football game-days, the pins will be available in the novelty stands at Memorial Stadium, the WestZone store and the Littlejohn Coliseum store.