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July 7, 2009

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July 7, 2009

God Bless you Fran for all of your tireless work for cancer. The world needs more caring people like you! Your friend from Queens! Peggy

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God Bless Fran Drescher!

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I think Cancer Schmancer Foundation is amazing! So thanks Fran Drescher for do it! Thanks so much to Fran and Cancer Schmancer for educating women and support all people with cancer! thanks CS & Fran for always teach and remember us '' the state 1 is the cure''

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Help more and more people with cancer!:)

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Cancer Schmancer is one of the most important non-profit groups that exists right now. Nothing is more basic and meaningful than the message of empowering yourself over succumbing to cancer. So many people are suffering ONLY because they didn't get tested soon enough or because they didn't know what to look out for. Through education and medical policy change, no one should ever have to die of cancer ever again. It's our "Black Plague" - unstoppable once the disease takes over and it's too late. In this day and age, with our advancements in science and access to information, there is NO EXCUSE for cancer. People shouldn't have to lose a fight against their own bodies. It's heartbreaking. The suffering that families go through watching a loved one trudge through the fires of this disease is unbearable. Cancer Schmancer's fight to stop this universal suffering by spreading awareness and promoting policy change is a great hope in the fight against this horrific disease.

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policy change in Washington DC. - it successfully lobbied for more awareness and funds for gynecological healthcare. Also - spreading the important message that if more people got diagnosed in stage 1, almost everyone would live.

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2007

July 3, 2009

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July 3, 2009

I'm at the young age of 17, but my experiences with cancer have been all too real. I've unfortunately had quite a few loved ones suffer the pain and some, death due to cancer. After discovering Cancer Schmancer and what their mission is, I only wish that my loved ones would have had this uplifting organization around during their battle. Knowing that one is never too young to have cancer, I'm thankful that Cancer Schmancer is working toward the goal to get all cancer patients diagnosed at stage one. Hearing Fran say "Take control of your body!" has encouraged me to ask my doctor about my worries. It makes me feel like I am not the only one asking their doctor embarrassing questions and getting them checked out.

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the potential lives that are saved by being diagnosed at stage one.

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my loved ones had been diagnosed at stage one.

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Fran is an inspiration to all of us, because no one is immune. Cancer does not discriminate. Cancer Schmancer is a wonderful place to go for info, and support. Keep up the great work!

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the people it has helped.

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keep it as it is.

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there really are people who care, and not for the money.

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tireless and wonderful.

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make an even bigger difference.

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there was no cancer in the first place.

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spreading the word to peopl.

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Fran really does care and wants to help people with this awful disease.

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2009

July 2, 2009

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July 2, 2009

When I was first introduced to Cancer Schmancer, I could tell right away that the dedication, enthusiasm, and compassion that you hope to find in nonprofit work is truly present throughout the community. Above all else, that's why I decided to work to help them spread their mission. Fran's story has inspired many women who have shared stories about feeling more empowered, comforted, and optimistic about their own health-- an amazing feat in an of itself. But what makes Cancer Schmancer truly unique is its emphasis on making each and every one of us a medical consumer, promoting early detection, and emphasizing prevention of cancer through health and happiness. The message is positive and encouraging, and the community is continually growing stronger.

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warm, enthusiastic, and passionate, while also being incredibly professional. Their determination and commitment to improving women's health is undeniable.

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2009

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