You can help save the lives of women with uterine leiomyosarcoma (ULMS) by asking your U.S. Senators to request a congressional hearing on the hysterectomy procedure known as morcellation, which cuts up the uterus into tiny pieces before removal. Tragically, when morcellation is used on a woman who appears to have benign fibroids but actually […]
The all new Sarcoma Alliance store is now open! Spread sarcoma awareness with our great logo gear. 20% of each purchase comes directly to Sarcoma Alliance. Please visit our store here. You can still purchase our great green t-shirt, sunflower pin, sunflower seeds, etc at our website store.
In 1996, the Sarcoma Alliance founder, Suzanne Renée Leider, began a project to keep her busy during recovery from metastatic synovial sarcoma. Three years later, Sage Cuisine was born. What began as a collection of family recipes turned into a collaborative cookbook created by Suzanne’s family, friends and colleagues that helped move the Sarcoma Alliance from […]
We plan to post news about sarcoma and the Alliance on our new Facebook page. But don’t worry — we’re keeping our original Facebook page, where people exchange information, advice and support. Christine Witt, president of Brush Dance, has volunteered to become the moderator in January, and she hopes to make the community even stronger. She previously managed online communities for […]
Christina Moore, the reigning Miss Brooklyn, has had three successful fundraisers benefiting the Sarcoma Alliance in the first half of this year. Proceeds from these events benefited the Sarcoma Alliance. Combining her love of dance with her desire to raise sarcoma awareness in honor of her aunt Josephine Schiavo who was diagnosed with sarcoma in […]