Liposcarcoma survivor Tom Gattle has never let his amputated shoulder stop him from doing the things he loves. He goes fly fishing with a special rod. He enjoys bike rides with his friends using an recumbent bicycle. He hunts with a lightweight rifle. And he rides a horse with slightly less than perfect balance, he says.
My name is Nicole Body and I am a stage 3 undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma cancer survivor.
My mother’s biggest question was “How did I get this?”. Of course, it was a question no one could answer because there is no answer.
We are reeling from the loss of our beloved son, brother, nephew, cousin and friend to Myofibroblastic Sarcoma. We are committed to supporting the cause of sarcoma research so that no one else suffers the way he did.
Read how family and friends helped Mario Lucca through his battle with liposarcoma.
My mom, Iris, was a silly, loving, fun, caring, strong woman who lit up any room that she was in.
In honor of Amanda Noble’s 29th birthday, here is a brief update on the research being funded in her name.
Hi, I’m Max Ritvo. I was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2007, when I was sixteen.
Amanda Lenvin is not only one of the biggest supporters of the Wendy Walk, she is also one of the strongest people around.
I think about you everyday and I hope you hear me praying to you each night. Life has taken its hold and we are actually fine and smile now and again.