fight one more day

We loved her all the wire….
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we are proud to release a special cuff we hope encourages and honors strong women fighting cancer.
Our dear friend, Beth Straubmueller bravely fought triple-negative breast cancer. TNBC is a rapidly growing and aggressive cancer. There are 50,000 cases annually of aggressive breast cancers that are not treatable with standard therapies. After a three-year battle, Beth passed away in August of 2015. During her final year of treatment, Beth participated in trial therapies made possible by The Amy T. Selkirk Fund for Breast Cancer Immunotherapy. This fund was established to further research of traditional and investigational therapies. This fund is specifically used for advancing breast cancer research with a focus on breast cancer immune-oncology at Baylor Health Care System Foundation in Dallas, TX.   We are thankful for the doctors & researchers who work hard everyday to find a cure.

The beautiful Beth Straubmueller 

A portion of the profits from this special cuff will go directly to honor Beth’s desire to fight one more day.

 We would love for you to share your stories in memory of a loved one or an amazing, strong woman you know and love who is currently fighting one more day.

Post your story in the comments section below.




  • Is this cuff still available?

  • Dear Friends and Family of Beth – I just stumbled across this blog today. I am sorry that the TNBC vaccine was unsuccessful for Beth. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if there’s anything I can do to ease your pain. It’s been over 4 years since we lost Amy. My experience has been that although the pain never goes away, it does dissipate, and you will find happiness in your lives again. Best regards, Bruce Selkirk

    Bruce Selkirk
  • Jenn Day – I am in tears for your loss. I can only hope that one day I have a friend as dear to me as Beth was to you. This was beautifully written.. in a way every person would wish to be honored. Thank you for sharing.

  • My precious cousin who is only 31 yes old and with 2 beautiful daughters ages 2 and 4 has been diagnosed with breast cancer on the 17th…My heart is heavy but I have such a peace come over me when I pray for her. We love you Jaime and you got this girl!

  • My boyfriends precious mother finished her battle with lung cancer last Saturday, September 26th. She left behind a husband and three boys, Chase, 17, Taylor, 15, and Carter, 12. My life will forever be changed by this beautiful woman, whom though I only had the privilege of knowing for a few short months, changed my life forever. She won’t be at Chase’s graduation in May, nor will she be at our wedding, or the birth of our first child. But I know she’s holding the hand of the Creator, and she left a legacy of her fight; she fought every single day to be a mother for her boys and a light for Christ.

    Julia Martin

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