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Breast Cancer Survivor Now Turns Her Energy Toward Helping Others

Del Mar Times features North County resident Carrie Steele

Breast cancer survivor, Carrie Steele, smiles with her daughter outdoors and is happy to give back to others with cancer.

Carrie Steele (left) and daughter Samantha Steele

Del Mar Times features North County resident Carrie Steele

The Del Mar Times covered the inspiring story Carrie Steele, whose recent treatment and recovery from advanced breast cancer has changed her life in unexpected ways. After her successful treatment at Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center, the internet executive is now back at work and balancing out her busy career with yoga, a healthier diet, walking and reading. Carrie is also giving back by volunteering as a mentor to newly diagnosed patients at Scripps MD Anderson.

Read the Del Mar Times article: Breast Cancer Survivor Turns Attention to Helping Others

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