Approximately 38% of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. Here are our stories.

Newest Yearbook Profile


Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Cancer Grad
”My hardest moment was probably shaving my head. I first cut off 14 inches of my hair to donate and then we had a head shaving party. I know hair doesn’t mean much to people but my hair was my favorite part about myself. I knew that I wanted to shave my hair before I lost it because I knew I didn’t want to find clumps of my hair everywhere. I didn’t want cancer to take my hair. I wanted to have the power to take it myself. I got through it with the help of my family, my fiancé and my friends and all of their support.”


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Cancer Students

n. a person enrolled in Cancer College Courses and learning all they can.

synonym: Kick Butt Badass, Patient

Cancer Graduates

n. a person who schooled cancer on LIFE.

synonym: Magnificent Badass, Survivor

Major: Breast Cancer

Major: GI Cancers

Major: Rare Cancers (Unicorn Cancers)

Major: Childhood Cancer (The Gifted Program)

Study Abroad

n. a person who is learning on a new level.

synonym: Angel, Guardian

Advanced Placement (AP) Students

n. a person who chose to take a cancer course early to skip school later.

synonym: Bold Badass, Previvor

 Auditors & Cheerleaders

n. a person who makes your cancer course load a little LIGHTER.

synonym: Co-Survivor, Caregiver, Supporter