After a later-stage breast cancer diagnosis, Henda Salmeron worked to pass Henda's Law. It requires mammography centers to notify women with dense breast tissue about the benefits of supplemental screenings.
That was in 2011 and she didn't stop there. Now she's embarking on a 140-mile, six-day endurance run to raise money for breast cancer. She talked to FOX 4's Jenny Anchondo about what keeps her motivated.