Beatrice Welters, a former U.S. ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer when she was 56. She needed a mastectomy, but not chemotherapy or radiation, and more than nine years later, she’s in excellent health. Welters feels lucky that her cancer was found early, especially because she knows her experience isn’t typical. Although black women are less likely than white women to get breast cancer, they’re about 40 percent more likely to die from it.
McGowan bought the plane last year for his transportation themed park in County Sligo, Ireland, which also includes ten double decker buses, three trains, four boats, and eight taxi cabs. (Think wedding guest accommodations!)