For National Cancer Survivors Day, we asked our community to share their stories, here are a few responses.
Let’s take a moment to acknowledge the strength of all those surviving and living with cancer, and those who've gone before.
All of us with the disease are survivors. All of us can take time to recognize our individual and collective strength.
We thank you for joining us, whether you are personally affected by glioblastoma, or a supporter of our distinctive approach.
We ask for your sustaining support to help us meet the growing demand we face from those in other countries. Just this week, we’re heard from people in Israel, UK, Canada, Belgium, and India. Expanding is expensive—our study must undergo ethics approval in each country. We’re starting with the UK—Jessica’s home country—we need funds to launch, won’t you help us?
Thank you. We’ve made incredible progress this year and we couldn’t have done it without you.
I'm surviving because I channel my passion into the motivating force that is OurBrainBank.
Thank you to the OurBrainBank community—people living with GBM, their loved ones, friends, family, medical professionals, researchers, and anyone whose life has been changed by this terrible disease. Your support gives the magic power of hope.
New to OurBrainBank? Learn about our efforts to move glioblastoma from terminal to treatable, powered by patients. OurBrainBank.org
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