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Welcome to
Project Faith Breast Cancer
Intervention Program

We empower women with the knowledge and wisdom on how to maintain a quality and healthy lifestyle through early detection of breast cancer. 

"Early detection is the Key to Life" 


Project Faith Breast Cancer Intervention Program

Project Faith Breast Cancer Intervention Program (Project Faith) was founded in 2012 by Brenda E. Rocker who is a four-time breast cancer survivor. Mrs. Rocker has been battling stage IV metastatic breast cancer for 24 years. 


Project Faith focus on educating and identifying barriers faced by low-income women and men that prevent them from receiving adequate healthcare.

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Desze's Girls
Gift of Life

The Gift of Life Program was dedicated and renamed Desze's Girls Gift of Life on October 26, 2018.  


Deszeray lost her battle to breast cancer August 19, 2018 at age twenty-seven.  She discovered her breast cancer herself at nineteen but told she was to young to have breast cancer. Desze received her first mammogram and ultrasound screenings at age 22; she was diagnosed in stage IV metastatic breast cancer. Desze spent the next years fighting for life.  Before her passing she had one request and that was for Project Faith to name a program after her.


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On Breast Cancer

What Are the Early Signs of Breast Cancer?
Breast cancer is the second most common cancer found in women — after skin cancer — but that
doesn’t mean men aren’t at risk as well. Although the percentage of cases in men is much lower than in women, male breast cancer accounts for a portion of new cases every year.


Breast Cancer
Facts and Statistics


There is no effective breast cancer screening tool yet for women under 40 most of whom have dense breast tissue that prevents routine mammogram from being a useful screening tool. 

Breast Cancer in USA

Each year, approximately 70,000 women age 15 to 39 are diagnosed with cancer in the US.  Breast cancer is the most common cancer for women in this age group.


Every year, more than 1,000 women under age 40 die from breast cancer.  Nearly 80% of young women diagnosed with breast cancer find their breast cancer abnormality themselves.


Compared to older women, young women generally face more aggressive cancer and lower survival rates.  More and more evidence tells us that breast cancer before age 40 differs biologically from the cancer faced by older women.

"Early Detection is the Key to Life"

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