Thursday, April 5, 2012

Another Reason

...why you should warn your friends, daughters, brothers, and children about the dangers of melanoma.

Amy was only 29 years old.

Prayers and thoughts are with her family tonight.


Christina said...


Thanks for being such a good advocate for spreading melanoma awareness. I love your blog! I am actually a friend of Amy Dunn's in Boise--I reached out to her when she was first diagnosed with Stage 4 melanoma (as I am a Stage 4 survivor) and we instantly connected, not just because of our melanoma, but other similar interests and personalities. She was also a part of our support group that we started here in Boise, so it was devasting to witness Amy's death first hand. She was such a courageous and inpsirational person though, and we know that her legacy will live on. We actually started a foundation called Sol Survivors Melanoma Foundation and dedicated it to her.

Thanks again for all you do!

Unknown said...

Christina, as I randomly search myself and my sister online, I keep finding more and more links to Amy and her story. You are an amazing woman and I admire all that you do for the cause, the cure and in who you are, as your self as a person, a wife, and a mom. Stay strong, keep up the solid work. Chelsea, it looks like you are an amazing woman as well. Thank you for your efforts in pushing people to battle this enemy from all the different angles there are.