[Photo] After having cancer affect many of his family members Blayke Tatman decided
After having cancer affect many of his family members, Blayke Tatman decided it was time to do something to help save more patient lives. Determined to make a difference, Blayke founded the #StandUpToCancer Club at Aliso Niguel High School in 2014. The group has grown to 150 students who work together to put on creative fundraisers, such as bake sales and selling pink shoelaces for Breast Cancer Awareness. Having raised over $10k thus far, this club remains one of the most active and engaged #SU2C school clubs in the country! We are proud to have Blayke and these dedicated students in the fight with us to create a world with more survivors. Learn how you can create a fundraiser in honor of a loved one at SU2C.org.
On World Pancreatic Cancer Day, we’re proud to support the Lustgarten Foundation Pancreatic Cancer Research, the largest foundation dedicated to funding pancreatic cancer research in the U.S. Join us in spreading awareness by wearing purple today! #WPCD #PCAM17 [ Lustgarten.org Link ]
It's World Pancreatic Cancer Day. With SU2C research, there is hope that more effective treatments will be developed to save more lives. To learn more about what SU2C is doing in the fight against pancreatic cancer. visit SU2C.org.
We are honored to share that SU2C President and CEO, Sung Poblete, PhD, RN will be speaking November 28 about the importance of clinical trials for cancer patients as part of her continuing work with Stand Up To Cancer at the 2017 Coalition to Transform Advanced Care (C-TAC) Summit this November. Learn more: [ Thectac.org Link ].
SU2C Ambassador Jimmy Smits shares why he’s proud to help raise awareness for immunotherapy treatments that have the potential to help save lives from cancer. Learn more at StandUpToCancer.org/Immunotherapy.
Support SU2C collaborator, the Lustgarten Foundation Pancreatic Cancer Research, for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month by adding their frame to your Facebook profile picture! Change it here: [ Ow.ly Link ].
When Robyn’s daughter was diagnosed with a Wilms tumor, her husband made sure that all of the details not related to cancer were handled. He always stepped in when she got overwhelmed with caregiving, and that's why she's honoring him for National Family Caregivers month.
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When her uncle Randy passed away from cancer in 2015, Patricia Irwin wanted to do something in his honor to help other patients fighting the disease. “I decided I would gather the most talented performers I know and host a benefit concert,” Patricia says. “The annual event includes an evening of music, along with information about SU2C, cancer prevention and detection.” We are so thankful for...
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