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Sara’s Cure is a grassroots, race-against-time campaign to fund critical Sarcoma research for Sara Woods, age 20 & others with the EWSR1-ATF1 gene fusion.
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Sara’s Cure Jul 28
VIRTUAL 5K!!! Our September 26th 5k is going FULLY virtual. Sign up & Shape Up with Sara's Cure wherever you live. Guess what!?! You can create a team and combine your fundraising efforts! The top fundraiser will…
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Sara’s Cure Jul 16
Our hearts are broken. We are so sorry to have to tell you all that we lost a big part of Sara’s Cure on July 14th. Scott Heller lost his hard fought battle with Clear Cell Sarcoma. As many of you may remember, Scott…
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Sara’s Cure Jul 16
Register and join us. Thank you for inviting us to participate in this important discussion.
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NCI CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch Jul 14
New for clear cell (or ) for children 2 years old & older: Phase II trial testing atezolizumab in patients with metastatic or unresectable clear cell sarcoma:
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Sara’s Cure Jul 14
Sarcoma Awareness Month Fundraising Idea... One of our Clear Cell Sarcoma Warriors lives in a “Bottle Bill” state & decided to collect cans and bottles to fundraise for Sara’s Cure. She’s been so amazed at the…
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Sara’s Cure Jul 10
Congratulations to @vmeade11 for winning our Sarcoma Awareness Month Fact Giveaway! Thank you for all who participated and please continue to share our posts and encourage your friends and family to follow us on…
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Sara’s Cure Jul 9
Post your facts to enter our giveaway! Ends tomorrow morning... Sarcoma fact - 1 entry Clear Cell Sarcoma fact - 2 entries Share/tag friends - 1 entry per person tagged What will I win??? - a bag of…
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Sara’s Cure Jul 8
Quiet on the set! Filming is happening today with evan.cole.barnes as we continue putting together our new campaign! . . .
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NCI CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch Jul 6
We study different types of rare pediatric sarcomas through our Network () along with patients & families & advocacy groups:
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Sara’s Cure Jul 5
We lost a young Clear Cell Sarcoma warrior last night. We ask for prayers for her two young children, her family, friends & our Sara’s Cure family. We MUST find a treatment! . . .
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Sara’s Cure Jul 4
Just posted a photo
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Sara’s Cure Jul 3
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Sara’s Cure Jul 2
evan.cole.barnes continues his work on our new video as he traveled to Chapel Hill to interview Dr. Hayes-Jordan. Andrea Hayes-Jordan, MD, FACS, FAAP, a pioneering surgeon and researcher, is Chief of the Division…
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NCI CCR Pediatric Oncology Branch Jul 1
Our branch has many investigators focused on studying pediatric sarcoma. Check out or website for more information on the rare sarcomas we are studying as part of the My Pediatric and Adult Rare Tumor Network at
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Huang Lab ICR Jul 1
A reminder about our taking place today at 4pm BST with a talk by Matt Blackledge () who will be discussing and in . Joining details at and Zoom code:
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SarcomaFndofAmerica Jul 1
Today marks the start of . During July, SFA will be sharing info & ways that you can be involved & advocate on behalf of the community. Be sure to stay connected with SFA and join us in efforts to raise !
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Sara’s Cure Jul 1
July is Sarcoma Awareness Month! What can you do to make an impact on this rare cancer? Sara’s Cure will spend this month posting educational facts, stats and ways to fundraise for our mission. . . .
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Sara’s Cure Jun 30
evan.cole.barnes is spending a few days filming our warrior emily_____powell for our upcoming video. Doesn’t Emily look great having just recently had surgery on her foot! . . .
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Sara’s Cure Jun 26
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Sara’s Cure Jun 26
PRAYERS NEEDED for Dakota, his family & his doctors as he has surgery this morning to amputate his leg below the knee to fight against Clear Cell Sarcoma. . . .
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