Andrea Lawler

Describe your sarcoma journey in 3 words: Hard. Tiring. Eye opening. What do you want us to know about you?I love being around kids, they make you laugh no matter what and they don’t judge. I am a Disney fanatic and I love being there, it is my place to escape. I also...

Adrienne Brown

Adrienne’s Relay for Life Speech & Diagnosis Story: Hello everyone. It’s an honor to be here speaking to you all today. It wasn’t very long ago that I was attending my first Relay for Life as a survivor. It’s hard to go back to the day that I had to decide...

Deanna Farina

The day my life changed forever. The morning of April 14th 2016. I went in for a scheduled hysterectomy and was faced with so much more. Let’s rewind a few months prior. I had a few appointments with my OBGYN doctor. I was experiencing quite a bit of abdominal...

Amy Topp

On an uneventful Sunday morning in April, my husband Matt and I had slept in and were lying in bed with his hand on my thigh. “What is this lump here?” he asked. I didn’t know and rubbed my hand along my thigh, pressing down enough to feel it. It felt like a knotted...

Suzie Siegel

A friend wrote a song about my cancer to the tune of “Jambalaya (on the Bayou).” Bring on the silly songs and jokes! What’s the point of all this suffering if we can’t laugh occasionally? Plus, I know my cancer has a musical name: leiomyosarcoma, pronounced...