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Cancer Schmancer Foundation
July 3, 2009

Have you ever met someone who had cancer? Has anyone in your family ever gotten that dreadful phone call or doctor’s visit, where they learn they have CANCER? Cancer is a word that holds a lot of meaning and concern in six short letters. There is a slow and painful realization that washes over you when you hear that you have a disease. All the dread, fear, and pain that you feel when you get the news, is nothing compared to the anguish you will encounter as you fight deaths beckoning call. Most of this can be avoided by STAGE 1 diagnosis (when cancer is most curable)! The Cancer Schmancer Movement believes that "Stage 1 is the cure". The world does not realize that millions of people get misdiagnosed or mistreated and most pay the ultimate price. We are talking about life and death, and about fighting! Fran Drescher, and the rest of the team which is Cancer Schmancer, want to not only help you see the warning signs to prevent cancer but the entire movement becomes a sisterhood of support when the dreaded news comes. With constant updates, stories, and events the Cancer Schmancer Movement is just that - a movement against cancer, a surviver retreat filled with hope and promise. If you can think of one person in this whole world that you don't want to feel the dread of hearing the words "you have cancer" then join the team of Cancer Schmancer and fight against oppression. Help spread the word, "Stage 1 Is the Cure"!

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I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

countless ways across the entire country and spreading wings across the globe. The Cancer Schmancer Movement is constantly striving to reduce the number of people who have to hear the dreadful news of a terminal diagnosis.

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What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

the ever flowing stream of joy and hope they send to not only all the members but all of humanity as well. Support is not just their profession, it becomes a way of life for everyone invovled with the Cancer Schmancer Movement.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

helpful, dedicated, and supportive. Every single person involved with the Cancer Schmancer Movement truly believes in the ongoing dedication that is needed to bestow a healthier diagnosis onto our world. We can become our own advocate and own our health.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

further the already present support that is needed to bring ourselves and our communities into what can only be described as a healthier, happier tomorrow. Supporting CS is investing in not only your own health but the health of all those surrounding you.

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2009

MY ROLE:
General Member of the Public & I started a facebook group to spread the word of the generous work of the Cancer Schmancer Movement.