Jaymi’s Stage IV Cancer a Fight

Jaymi was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 at age 27.  She has endured several rounds of chemotherapy and radiation over the years.  She has also had surgeries including a bilateral mastectomy and a full hysterectomy.  Unfortunately, she was…

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Camille Chabot graciously accepts Stage 4 Hodgkins Lymphoma

Camille Chabot, 19, City of Dublin Youth Citizen of the Year was told one week before her return to college that she had stage 4 cancer. With the most agressive chemotherapy treatment possible, she has a good chance of fighting this! We want to help her. #camillestrong

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SAN JOSE SHARKS’ BIGGEST FAN: Wife and Mother Battles Stage IV Primary Refractory Metastatic Hodgkin’s Disease

Faithful San Jose Sharks fan Amanda Riley beat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in Spring 2013 but unfortunately it returned by Summer. At the same time the cancer was returned, she also learned she was pregnant which obviously complicated her treatment. She started on inhibitor drugs during the first two trimesters, harvested stem cells, and we were all so pleased to welcome a healthy bouncing Connor Lee on May 9th this year. Now Amanda needs our help as treatments and medical expenses pile up. She is in a fight for her life and she is not backing down. Let’s Fight with her!

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A Daughters Hero: Father Battling Stage 4 Cancer

My father, Francisco Gonzalez, began feeling ill in March of 2014 but after several tests everything came back negative. However, by the end of May, a tumor showed up and my dad began running fevers. The diagnosis was initially ruled as Typhus which was a relief because it meant there was no cancer. Antibiotics were prescribed but nothing changed and after several trips to the ER and several more tests the final diagnoses came on June 4, 2014, Stage 4 Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

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4 time Mr. Universe turned Pastor Dennis Tinerino “The Sermonator”: Cancer took his life but not his soul

Dennis passed away from a Stage Three Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor, or GIST. In the time leading up to his death, Dennis was in clinical trials that my insurance fortunately covered. However, a prescription drug,” Gleevec”, had to be taken in the trials and was not FDA approved nor covered and cost $100 a day. Because Dennis wasn’t able to minister and work we had to live off of donations and friends wanting to partner.

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Help Nic Beat Hodgkin’s Lymphoma

Nicholas “Nic” Holcomb was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma roughly a month ago. He is a strong family man with an awesome wife and a two year old son. Nic continues to work during his initial cycles of chemotherapy due to a shortfall in disability coverage thereby placing his young family in a significant financial hardship.Friends and family are raising money to help pay Nic’s second deductible and for upcoming cancer treatments.

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Cancer Messed with the wrong Momma

Jenn is a strong, beautiful, wonderful person. To know her is to love her. Her smile literally lights up a room. With her can do attitude and love for life and dance we thought she was going to be free of cancer for good. But in November 2014, we were all shocked to find out that Jenn was now facing a new battle with Leukemia.

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