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I was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 28.
I remember the phone call from the pathologist who did my biopsy. She just said, “We’re really sorry to inform you, but we have a positive result both for your breast tumor lump and your lymph node.”
It felt surreal!
Fifteen seconds passed before my brain could even process what I was told and come up with words to respond.
I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma. Stage 3 cancer means the breast cancer has extended beyond the immediate region of the tumor and may have invaded nearby lymph nodes and muscles, but has not spread to distant organs. In my case, the cancer was contained to my left breast and a lymph node.
This is where I’m at now. My new reality.
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I’ve been lucky.
From my early diagnosis and all through aggressive treatment, I’ve been blessed with great doctors, supportive family and friends, and my husband Dylan who is beside me at every step. And while cancer is part of my reality, it doesn’t define who I am. I’m dealing with it day by day while living my best life. Lucky me.
But more needs to be done. People like me need solutions and supporting cancer research is only part of the solution.
I support CANCER FUND because they understand that to help real people – like me – research innovations have to make it out of the lab and reach patients.
I hope that if you or someone you love gets that surreal call, you’ll feel lucky, too. But that can only happen if new ideas get to patients..
Let’s work together and fund the elimination of cancer!
That’s a giant goal, I know. It’s not a new idea, either. Many people already donate to support cancer organizations, which is wonderful. There are so many great organizations that provide support to cancer patients and their families.
But the reality is, if we want to truly improve outcomes for cancer patients and offer them something more than hope, we need to help bring innovations from the research labs to real people.
The digital world is filled with offers to invest in ideas from games to breweries to a little gadget that you didn’t know you even needed. How about we get behind something really BIG! CANCER FUND lets everyday people invest a small amount so that together, we can make a big difference.
Would you like to learn more about a way to invest that has real impact? Just share your contact information and CANCER FUND will send you more information so you can decide if investing makes sense for you.
How we’re different
We turn hope into reality. CANCER FUND invests in companies turning promising innovations into breakthrough treatments and care that impact lives.
More than giving
You give to charities. You invest in CANCER FUND and can share in profits generated from our portfolio. And you can start with as little as $500.
Know where your money is going. We’ll share the innovations your investment is funding and how it aims to benefit patient care, and you.
What we do
CANCER FUND works to make a real difference in the fight against cancer. We invest in innovations to improve patient outcomes, expand access to care, and reduce the cost of care for patients, survivors, and individuals at risk of developing:
- Breast Cancers
- Childhood Cancers
- Lung Cancers
- Prostate Cancers
- Glioblastoma and other Brain Cancers
- Colon Cancers
- Other Cancers
Members of our community
CANCER SURVIVOR AND CANCER FUND INVESTOR
CANCER DONOR TURNED CANCER FUND INVESTOR
I felt helpless whenever another family member or friend had to deal with cancer so I donated to cancer charities to help but I didn’t see any direct, measurable impact. I invest in CANCER FUND because I can see exactly how my support funds innovations for colon, breast, and other cancers I care about. And I see real impact. I would love to chat with you about investing in CANCER FUND. Drop us your info so we can talk more.
We get it. Donating to cancer causes is easy while investing seems complicated and risky. You might even lose all of your money . . . just like donating. With CANCER FUND, you invest to help cancer innovations reach patients and maybe earn a return on your money . . . not at all like donating.