My Painful Lesson in Awareness

My Painful Lesson in Awareness

In the very back of my file cabinet lies some seriously sacred territory – the many files documenting my brother’s medical history before sarcoma, records reflecting his fight against sarcoma, and his death certificate. I don’t know why I have kept these papers 7...

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Our Joyful Sarcoma Stomp

Our Joyful Sarcoma Stomp

By Sheila Mulcahy-Bell The journey may be harsh, but in the end I pray many are able to stomp out sarcoma. I knew nothing about sarcoma until an acquaintance of mine told me she had it and is now cancer free. When people think about cancer they think of the more...

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Life, Love and Light

Life, Love and Light

Lovingly penned by Alex Whitaker (Team Jennifer) “Life, love and light.” My wife, Jennifer Whitaker, started signing correspondences with this phrase sometime in early 2015. It seemed so simple at the time, a nice way to end a note. I don’t think I...

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Rockin’ Wendie and Rainbow Wigs

Rockin’ Wendie and Rainbow Wigs

I’ve wondered for a number of years now who Rockin’ Wendie was and I always admired Team Rockin’ Wendie’s Warriors at the annual Sarcoma Stomp. Tonight I finally found out in an email from Wendie’s sister and it felt SO good. Why? Because...

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