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09-28-2016 12:08 PM CET | Health & Medicine

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Chattanooga, Tenn. - Sequence Health kicked off Breast Cancer Awareness month early this year by supporting our own Kris Altiere and TeamEdith in the September 25th IRONMAN Chattanooga triathlon as she raised money for the Edith Sanford Breast Foundation.

Sequence Health employees proudly supported Kris’s second TeamEdith breast cancer awareness event with financial donations, well wishes, and encouragement throughout the 9 months she dedicated to training for her first full IRONMAN. Much like Sequence Health, the Edith Sanford Breast Center is dedicated to pioneering a smart, innovative approach to reaching optimal outcomes, making the partnership for Kris that much more rewarding. “As a survivor of a rare type of Breast Cancer myself, I want to do everything I can to support the genetic research the Edith Sanford Foundation is raising money to fund. Every donation will help to find other genetic causes for this disease, which will in turn help find better treatment options and hopefully a cure,” explained Kris.

As a member of TeamEdith, 100% of every dollar Kris raised was invested directly into cutting-edge genomics research to help speed the way to the cures for breast cancer. The Edith Sanford Breast Foundation is dedicated to conducting groundbreaking research to find cures – faster – by unlocking each woman’s genetic code to advance prevention and treatment today and end breast cancer for future generations.

Celebrate Kris’s accomplishments, leave her an encouraging message, and help us continue to support TeamEdith with your donation to the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation during breast cancer awareness month.

Headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, Sequence Health is a performance-optimizing healthcare technology and service company whose focus is on helping bridge the communication, education and participation gaps within the patient-provider relationship. Sequence Health offers an intuitive patient engagement and care management SaaS platform supported by a full staff of clinical and non-clinical professionals, in our NurseLine, Medical Call Center and Healthcare Marketing departments, skilled at keeping patients engaged throughout their steps of care.

To learn more about Sequence Health’s services, visit or call 888.986.3638.

Sequence Health
13010 Morris Road
Corporate Centre Two,
Third Floor
Alpharetta, GA 30004

P: (888) 986-3638

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