Man in Blue
John was diagnosed with Mantel Cell Lymphoma in September 2015. He underwent 6 rounds of chemo from October 2015 to January 2016. In February 2016, he continued his care in Seattle at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. While in Seattle, he underwent a stem cell transplant which consisted of more intense chemotherapy and infusing his body with his own previously harvested healthy stem cells. He returned home in April 2016 and has been cancer free since!
We had an incredible turn out for The Man in Blue Run for Ribbons Team 2016 and were able to surprise John on race day.
Please join me in remembering the loved ones we've lost to cancer and to celebrate the ones who survive!
What will you run for? The Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation’s annual Run For Ribbons is a fun 1 mile walk or 5k and 10k run. The event is a fun way to honor or remember a loved one who has battled or is battling cancer. The Run For Ribbons helps raise awareness and much needed funds for no-cost services provided to local cancer patients and their families.
The Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation funds a variety of no-cost services to cancer patients, their families, and the community regardless of where they are being treated. To learn more about the services they offer please visit www.tccancerfoundation.org