Traci Runge, one of Super Bowl's XLVI Faces

Traci Runge is a cancer survivor who has given and given again to support cancer research in a way no one ever had.  And now she’s representing our city as one of the Super Bowl’s XLVI Faces.

A mother of three, Traci was diagnosed with triple-positive invasive breast cancer in April 2010. She was treated at St.Vincent Cancer Care, finished chemotherapy last July, and is now participating in the survivorship programs Women of Hope helps fund.

What makes Traci’s story so remarkable, though, is her unique strength. Not satisfied to fight merely for her own survival, Traci has fully embraced the role of breast cancer advocate, contributing to the fight against breast cancer in a way that, quite literally, no one ever had before her.

Check out her video to hear more of her story. We’re awfully glad to have her strength and generosity representing Indianapolis.

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