"I’m Marcey. I didn’t have family close by who could help."
Marcey needed help getting to treatment. Her oncologist referred her to the American Cancer Society Patient Navigator. Her patient navigator arranged for volunteer drivers to take her to chemotherapy winter through spring, and to…Read More
First, Sandy lost her grandfather to cancer. Then her father died of cancer. Now she fights back against cancer by being a volunteer and an advocate.
With your help, we are making a difference in the lives of people affected by cancer – people like Sandy. The American Cancer Society’s more than…Read More
So this Friday at my college I am handing out teal ribbons and spreading Ovarian Cancer awareness! I urge ya'll to join me whereever you are and do the same if you can!
To Whom It May Concern,
There comes a time in your life when you realize there is an opportunity before you to really do something to make the world a better place. As a college student, I personally don’t always feel that I can do enough to change the world. But I’ve begun to try and I present an…Read More
311 Members. Wow. That is ALOT of people by my Standards.
And now I'm off to cry happy tears. Thanks all of you!