• Julie Health

    Julie Health received her comprehensive breast cancer treatment at Sky Ridge from her mammogram at Invision Sally Jobe to her mastectomy with Dr. Joyce Moore and then her reconstruction surgery with Dr. Williams and the help of the SPY Elite Technology.

  • Amy Jackson

    Amy Jackson received her comprehensive breast cancer treatment at Sky Ridge. It started with her mammogram at Invision Sally Jobe, her mastectomy with Dr. Joyce Moore and then her reconstruction surgery with Dr. Williams and the visually enhanced technology used to improve outcomes.

  • Penny Hornick

    Penny, an EKG technician with Sky Ridge Medical Center, found a lump in her breast during a self-exam. A mammogram and biopsy ensued, through which the 47-year-old tried to remain positive. "Of course, when my OB called and said we have the results of the biopsy back, and you need to get over here right away, I just slid down the wall and lost it," she says.

  • Holly Steinbeck

    In the Steinbeck household, the youngest addition to the family has the nickname “Angel Baby,” and it’s not just because of her angelic face. Little Brooklyn earned the title because symptoms that arose in her mom during pregnancy led to a breast-cancer diagnosis, most likely saving the young mother’s life.

  • Jessica Weidknecht

    Photos of two beaming faces, framed in locks of blonde hair, hang on the wall behind Jessica Weidknecht, as the mother of the two little girls recalls the day her life changed. She remembers waiting for the phone call, suspecting something was wrong, but never expecting the message that came.

  • Whitney Nallathamby

    When a routine breast exam led to a cancer diagnosis, Whitney Nallathamby feared the worst. Even though screening had detected the disease early, that didn’t lessen the Denver mom’s fear and questions of “what if?” For many nights, she would sneak into her little girls’ rooms, sit on the edge of their beds, and make quiet promises to them in the dark.

  • Judy Nelson

    Sitting in the Café at Sky Ridge while his wife undergoes surgery for the second time since her cancer diagnosis, Rob Nelson says, “We are blessed.” Many people might have a difficult time seeing from the same perspective as Rob. His wife, Judy, 51, was diagnosed in April 2012 with breast cancer after a routine mammogram.