#ISurvivedCancer

Join us this month in celebrating the men and women, and children who fought cancer — and won.

Suleika Jaouad
Suleika Jaouad

“Being a survivor doesn’t mean being strong or brave or cured — it’s about embracing your vulnerability and learning to ask for help. It’s about realizing that your time is valuable — what you do with it, how you spend it and with whom.”

Nate Naylor
Nate Naylor

“Survival taught me that your mental state is everything. If you accept your sickness and give into the fact that you are really sick, you will stay sick. Don’t give up.”

Ethan Zohn
Ethan Zohn

“Survival means more time to raise awareness and funding and do everything in my power to make sure other people do not have to go through the same cancer crap I went through.”

Survival is about picking yourself up when life knocks you down and finding beauty in your bruises.
Suleika Jaouad
Marisa Marchetto
Marisa Marchetto

“My expiration date just got extended, so with the precious time I have left, I try to live consciously and righteously and leave this planet a better place than it was before I got here.”

Zachary Schnoll-Sussman
Zachary Schnoll-Sussman
Valisia LeKae
Valisia LeKae

“To me, survival means a new beginning”

Matthew Zachary
Matthew Zachary

“It’s not about how long you live, it’s about how you get busy living.”

Survival means more time to knit with my Mom, kick a Soccer Ball with my brothers, plan a future with my girlfriend.
Ethan Zohn
Emily Magilnick
Emily Magilnick

“Survival to me means proving strength and showing spirit by beating the odds.”

Nicole Berry
Nicole Berry

“Once you make the choice to find beauty, power, and inspiration in your scars, you are a survivor.”

Carmen Marc Valvo
Carmen Marc Valvo

Every cancer patient deserves to experience the beauty of survival.

But 1600 people are losing their battles every day.

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