Extending Our Gratitude to More Texas Congress Members
March 31, 2023, San Antonio, Texas - We recently expressed our gratitude to several Texas Congress members for their unwavering support in the fight against breast cancer. Today, we want to extend our heartfelt thanks to a few more members who have also been instrumental in championing this important cause.
Representative Joaquin Castro has been a tireless advocate for healthcare and has consistently backed legislation that supports breast cancer research, prevention, and treatment. His dedication to promoting accessible and affordable healthcare for all has made a significant impact on the lives of countless breast cancer patients and survivors in our community.
Congresswoman Lizzie Fletcher has been an ally in the fight against breast cancer since taking office. Her steadfast commitment to increasing federal funding for breast cancer research and raising awareness about the importance of early detection has made a real difference in the lives of those affected by this disease.
Representative Vincente Gonzalez has long been a champion for the cause, using his platform to raise awareness and help secure funding for breast cancer research. His dedication to ensuring that every individual has access to quality healthcare is a testament to his genuine concern for the well-being of his constituents.
Finally, we extend our gratitude to Congressman Al Green, who has been a consistent and vocal advocate for breast cancer awareness and research. His passionate efforts to advance legislation that prioritizes the health and well-being of all Americans have had a lasting impact on the lives of those battling breast cancer and their families.
Thank you, Representatives Joaquin Castro, Lizzie Fletcher, Vincente Gonzalez, and Al Green, for your unwavering commitment to the fight against breast cancer. Your continued support is essential in making strides toward a future free from this devastating disease.
Together, we will continue to work towards a world where breast cancer is no longer a threat, and we are grateful for your partnership in this critical fight.