Tracy Canter

Tracy Canter lost her mother to breast cancer two years ago. Once diagnosed with the deadly disease, her mother was required to drive 8 hours to Redlands, California every couple of weeks to receive the best available medicine as opposed to getting it in her home of Tucson. With little money left to travel and the disease quickly weakening her, her mother could no longer make the trips. Right To Try would have allowed Tracy’s mom to get the medicine without the hurdles to jump through.

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