Tammy Crouch, left, Bobbie Niehaus and Lorraine Le Stephens met in the Education Center at Baptist Health Lexington. They formed Strength of Survivorship for young women with cancer.
Tammy Crouch, left, Bobbie Niehaus and Lorraine Le Stephens met in the Education Center at Baptist Health Lexington. They formed Strength of Survivorship for young women with cancer. Herald-Leader
Tammy Crouch, left, Bobbie Niehaus and Lorraine Le Stephens met in the Education Center at Baptist Health Lexington. They formed Strength of Survivorship for young women with cancer. Herald-Leader

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