Joanne

survivor-story-5OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVOR

When I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2001, a friend told me about Cancer Support Community.  I thought I didn’t need them because I had my family, my friends and my church.  Somewhere in my treatment, I changed my mind.  I’m glad I did.

Thanks to the support I received from Cancer Support Community, I am now proud to be a cancer survivor.

I bake muffins for the nutrition workshops and lead a newcomers meeting.  Our donations – yours and mine – fund these great programs.  Each of us has the opportunity to become part of this caring community of hope.  On behalf of my family, and all of the other folks who walk through Cancer Support Community’s doors every day, thank you for your help and support.