Advocates are headed to D.C. with other members of OVAC to ask their elected officials for important cancer funding and programs.
I lost my grandfather when i was ten. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I knew that he died from cancer. So I am fighting stigma my own way.
Our community is our voice and we quite simply cannot do what we do without your support. Thank you.
by Doug Ulman
Today is LIVESTRONG Day, and that means it’s time to show the world that we’re #STILLSTRONG.
This LIVESTRONG Day we’re showing the world that we’re Still Strong.
See where you helped send more than $1 million in cancer support programs.
Thursday is your last chance to vote and speak up for people affected by cancer in your community.
“There’s a program there to help you regain your confidence, your balance, your coordination, your muscles, your zest for life, and to know that there’s quality of life ahead of you”
Every cancer patient, from the day of diagnosis, has palliative care needs. Palliative care (pronounced …
Right now, people like you are weighing in to help us distribute more than $1 million in funding for cancer support programs in local communities.