(WMC-TV) - One free cancer awareness conference gave Mid-South residents the hope needed to conquer cancer Saturday.
"(We want to) let them know that cancer isn't a death sentence. You can actually live. That's what we want to talk about: life" stated Pastor Eric Winston.
The event was sponsored by the American Cancer Society, Partners for Life, and the Mount Zion Baptist Church.
Action News Five's Pam McKelvy attended the conference and talked about her own struggles with cancer. Pam was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy.
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