February 28, 2012
Since 2001 I cannot think of a more important organization doing the work they are doing on an international based right here in Arizona. I lost my first wife to Stage IV colon cancer, and Marcia Horn and her team were all over it trying to help and advise as to weather we were getting the right drugs for the treatment, and if we had the right docs and the right facility to begin with. Sadly, she died because her cancer was so bad, and spread so fast, yet ICAN was always there. My second wife was diagnosed with Stage I colon cancer in early 2011, so of course the first call we made was to ICAN to get advice as to where might be the best docs for her to see, as what what be going on with feedback we first had per the diagnosis. Five minutes later Marcia was on it, and we were on our way with sound support and advice. Science is science, and drugs are drugs which means somtimes things don't get as one would like; however, when you need an advocate-one that happens to be local for us since we live in Arizona-ICAN has been there ---G. Seitts, Scottsdale, AZ
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