A Heartfelt Thank You to Texas Congress Members for Their Support in the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Updated: Mar 31
Recognizing Your Leadership and Dedication, Congressman Greg Casar, Congressman Colin Allred, Congresswoman Jasmine Crockett, Congressman Lloyd Doggett, Congressman Marc Veasey
Dear Esteemed Congress Members,
On behalf of the Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation, I would like to extend our sincerest gratitude and appreciation to each of you for demonstrating your unwavering commitment to ending breast cancer. By signing on to the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program (DOD BCRP) Dear Colleague Letter, you have exemplified true leadership and dedication to this vital cause.
Your collective support has played a critical role in advancing the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program, which has been instrumental in making significant strides in breast cancer research and treatment. The program's unique approach to research funding and its focus on innovative and high-impact projects have greatly contributed to the improved quality of life for countless individuals affected by breast cancer.
By championing this program, you have not only shown solidarity with the breast cancer community, but you have also instilled hope in the hearts of thousands of patients, survivors, and their loved ones. Your actions have a direct impact on the lives of countless Texans and individuals nationwide, who will benefit from the groundbreaking research and advancements that the DOD BCRP supports.
We are truly grateful for your efforts and for standing with us in our fight against breast cancer. Together, we are making a difference, and with your continued support, we are confident that we can achieve a future free from the devastating effects of this disease.
Once again, thank you for your leadership and your commitment to ending breast cancer. We look forward to working with you in the future to ensure the continued success of the DOD BCRP and to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer.
With warmest regards,
Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation