Hi everybody, I am blogging to inspire other cancer patients with my experience.. I am a patient with recurrent ovarian cancer. I had three major surgeries.. I also did a combination of chemos and It was hectic i thought I should lose hope. I kept of researching and asking around and I got great reviews about immunotherpay… I came across this service where you can preserve your tumor and took part in a vaccine trial that was running at Upenn in Philadelphia at the time. Its called Store My Tumor and its great!!! They basically process and store tumors on behalf of patients…. I had used many chemotherpy combinations but the tumor kept on recurring. however after the vaccine trial I have been stable for the past 3 months now. Never give up ladies!!!! I thought I ran out of options and here we are! please share your stories and us inform each other and learn from experiences.
A SIMPLE MISSION STATEMENT GUIDES CANCER SUCKS!®
“Provide a forum for those who have lost loved ones to cancer while aggressively raising money to find a cure. No one should have to go through what millions of cancer victims, survivors and those left behind have endured.”
Cancer Sucks was established out of the pain and frustration that comes from losing a loved one to cancer, combined with the desire to do what we can to prevent anyone from experiencing the same loss. The 1996 death of Donna Holland White was a devastating event and one that will never be forgotten. While undergoing treatments, surgeries, and the emotional roller coaster that comes with cancer, Donna still had time to think of others by making arrangements to have her body donated to cancer research at the time of her death. Cancer Sucks is a living memorial started by her family and dedicated to Donna. The organization is run by volunteers that have all been touched by cancer and focused on raising as much money for cancer research as possible. Corporate partnerships fund our overhead expenses allowing us to donate ALL the proceeds from our events to cancer research. For more information on Corporate Partnerships, volunteer opportunities, merchandise, donations, or to start your own Cancer Sucks fundraising contact us.