Cervical cancer used to be the leading cause of death in women for a long time, and just like any other type of cancer, patients are always ready to fight the battle to beat it.
5 News had the chance to sit down with Pam Snyder's family and friends in Lewis County on Sunday for a spaghetti dinner to help with her medical expenses.
Snyder was diagnosed with cervical cancer in June, and she said as of right now she is cancer free.
She couldn't believe the outpouring of support she received from the community to help her out.
"It feels wonderful. Just to know that I am one person, and to see the whole community has come to support me, I couldn't be more thankful," said Pam Snyder, who has cervical cancer.
Snyder said she has one big test coming up in the next few weeks, and she hopes the it goes very well.