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Diagnosed at age 26. I’ve gone through chemotherapy, radiation, a bilateral mastectomy and multiple reconstruction surgeries.
I’m getting ready for a stem cell transplant early April, but bills keep piling up. I just want life to be normal again.
June of 2020 I was diagnosed with testicular cancer. The more support cancer patients get helps not only keep spirits up, but energy levels up.
I am a 56 year old woman who was diagnosed with IDC Breast Cancer on October 28, 2020. The news was devastating to my entire family.
The support from my family, friends, and the cancer community mean the world to me. It is very easy to feel alone as a young adult with cancer.
I am a former Professor of English and this diagnosis has changed my whole life. I would love to have your support as I fight this disease.
I set this page up so we can give Our NeNe the love and support she needs on her journey. We all know “it takes a village”!
I am reaching out on my dad’s behalf but also mine. Any support the community can offer would be so greatly appreciated.
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People feel helpless when someone they love is suffering from cancer
Creating a Registry helps friends and family contribute in a meaningful way.
How it works — Patients (or a Helper) register for products, services and cash funds. Friends and family choose a gift to send or simply contribute funds.
We help make sure everyone is updated at the same time
A Mend After Journal helps minimize the full-time job of keeping everyone in the loop.
How it works — Patients can share news in private and get words of encouragement. Loved ones can stay connected and provide inspiration during a challenging time.
Sometimes it’s hard to answer: “How can I help?”
Now everyone can know where support is needed most.
How it works—Friends and family can volunteer to go to appointments, bring a meal, help with child care and more. They can also suggest specific offers of help.
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