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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING…
While most in college unintentionally gain weight, Eric Pichardo decided his college days were the perfect time to get in shape. Pichardo no longer wanted to be a victim of low self-esteem or put himself further at risk for weight-related diseases, so he took it upon himself to begin working out, eventually losing 52 pounds, to date.
When doctors told Janet Dooley she had breast cancer in January 2018, she sat there stunned, unable to move. She had found a lump in her breast but the doctor’s diagnosis confirmed her worst fears.
In July 2017, at the age of 69, Barb Hiler was diagnosed with stage 1 triple negative breast cancer.
In late 2018, a typical morning became ineffaceable for Gretchen Adrian when she felt a lump in her breast as she rolled over in bed. However, because Adrian had just had a physical and mammogram two months earlier, she was unconcerned but still saw her doctor right away. Much to her surprise and horror, Adrian’s biopsy revealed that the seemingly unassuming lump was cancer.
Three years ago this October, Kelly Savelkoul, a fitness instructor at Xperience Fitness Waukesha, got a call that would change her life. Although Savelkoul prepared herself for days for this phone call, receiving the news that you have cancer is one you cannot mentally prepare for.
On January 20, 2018, Mary Jo Bellinger, a longtime fitness instructor at Xperience Fitness Greenfield, was given news no person deserves to hear, “You have been diagnosed with breast cancer.” On January 12, during a routine 3D mammogram, Bellinger’s doctor found an area of concern. A needle biopsy later, and the doctors had confirmed what they saw was, in fact, breast cancer.