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Tim’s Story

“Cancer creeps its way into my memories because cancer has permeated nearly my whole life. Over the past fifteen years I wholeheartedly supported and loved my only brother Zachary through his valiant journey with cancer to his peaceful end on August 26, 2015. Throughout Zach’s life, he battled two types of cancer: Acute Lymphoblastic

Steve’s Story

“To the Brave, Strong, Big Hearted and Crazy, My name is Steve.  I am not a young adult by any means, other than my maturity level, but I have been affected by cancer.  I am a firefighter in Orlando, FL, father of two of the most amazing and beautiful children ever created, Camden and

Olivia’s Story

“In August of 2013 I was diagnosed with a Synovial Sarcoma behind my right knee. I had just graduated from college and was all set to move to MD to teach in a 2nd grade classroom. I had to move back in with my mom. We live in PA. I went through 4 rounds

Dan’s Story

In 2013 I was a typical 27 year old. Working two jobs, saving up for a house,trying to find my way into a career and develop lifelong relationships. January 27th of that year while visiting my mother is when the to the hospital for kidney stones. Everything was routine, they run tests and take

Kim’s Story

“I was inspired to participate in the Inaugural 4k for Cancer Run in 2013 by my dad, Ralph LaBarge. My dad was diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 2009 when I was a senior in high school. He went through a year of standard chemo and radiation, and went into remission. After that year my

Greg’s Story

“I was 25 years old at the time. I was in my last year of law school, and looking forward to a bright future. I was doing some paid medical studies at the time for extra cash – have an MRI done and get $50. Sounded like a good deal to me. But then

Tamara’s Story

“18. recently, i’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer. oddly enough, upon getting the news… i didn’t cry. i sat there, a little straighter, and asked what was next. an all-day appointment, and a treatment plan. the next day we scheduled a surgery date, left side total mastectomy. it was all moving so fast, but