Catrina Crutcher’s Breast Cancer Story

My name is Catrina Crutcher. I'm 38 years of age from Dallas, TX, but born/raised in Alabama. I'm a Breast Cancer Thriver sharing my story as an advocate for women recently diagnosed, currently in their journey, or needing guidance after their journey.

I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer on June 15, 2021. I also hold the BRCA1 Positive Gene Mutation.

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

SHARE Cancer Support is proud to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. As a diverse team, we are honored to work together and serve women from all different backgrounds and celebrate our unique cultures. 

This year in particular, we stand with our Asian and Pacific Islander sisters in demanding an end to hate crimes and discrimination against the AAPI community.

How Can a Disease that Kills Be Called Chronic?

written by Christine Benjamin, LMSW
Senior Director of Patient Services and Education, SHARE Cancer Support

Every time I hear someone call Metastatic Breast Cancer chronic, it surprises and alarms me. I have never considered metastatic breast cancer to be a chronic disease.

COVID-19 Updates for Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Patients

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to develop, SHARE is committed to delivering the most up-to-date information to women affected by breast, metastatic breast, ovarian or uterine cancer. We are so grateful to our esteemed medical leaders for providing us with their insight and answers in the following videos.

SHARE is Here for You

Our lives have changed so much in the weeks since the coronavirus pandemic emerged. But some things remain the same. SHARE is here for you, no matter your situation.