When breast cancer upended her life, Rebecca Seago-Coyle made fighting back her most important project
As told to Sabin Russell
Rebecca Seago-Coyle is a busy project manager and a fitness enthusiast who did all the right things. She exercised, ate healthy foods and in 2010 stepped up her bicycling and running with ambitious goals. But in the middle of that year, when she was only 35, came the diagnosis of breast cancer. Inspired by other survivors who ran marathons through their treatment, she kept up her racing regimen through surgery and chemotherapy, and today is a passionate supporter of Innovators Network and an advocate for Fred Hutch.