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#StupidCancer empowers those affected by #AYA Cancer by ending isolation and building community.
Pediatric survivors, this one's for you! Want to chat with other young adults who have had cancer under age 18? Join community member Danielle Martinez for a Digital Meetup on Wednesday, July 15 at 8 pm EST! Log on and let's chat. Register now: http://stpdcn.cr/3dcsEHY
Happy Fourth of July! 🇺🇸 Don't forget to check out the Stupid Cancer store for our Fourth of July Summer Sale! 20% off the ENTIRE store until tomorrow... the store will be taking a break in August, make sure to get your merch now! Shop now: http://stupidcancerstore.org
How has COVID-19 affected you? Let us know! We've teamed up with Embleema to create an interactive survey to help us better understand how the public health crisis has affected the AYA community. Visit http://stupidcancer.org/embleema to sign up!
Summer is finally here, and this is the proof! @Kelly Thomas rocking it on a unicorn float 🦄 If this doesn't scream summer, we don't know what does. Show us how you're enjoying the warm weather, tag us or comment below!
Do you have a topic that you're itching to talk about? Host a Digital Meetup with Stupid Cancer! It's a great way to meet and engage with new people. Email email@example.com for more information! View the full schedule of Digital Meetups: http://stupidcancer.org/meetups
This summer may be a little different than what we're used to. Let's chat about past summers & reminisce! Join Xenia Rybak tomorrow at 8 pm EST for summer camp stories, summer jobs, summer abroad, anything - let’s hear them! Register now: http://stpdcn.cr/2TGf34D
😎 Happy National Sunglasses Day! 😎 We love a holiday that doubles as an excuse to go shopping 😉Shop the Stupid Cancer Sunglass collection now, they're all ON SALE. Shop now: http://stupidcancerstore.org/sunglasses
Have you signed up for our COVID-19 Survey yet? Why not?! You'll be an integral part of helping us better understand how the pandemic has affected AYA's like you! Head over to http://stupidcancer.org/embleema to sign up.
Any sports fans? Let's hear about it! Join Xenia Rybak for a chat about your favorite teams, players, and anything else this Saturday, June 27 at 8 pm EST! We will cover it all (but no turf wars please!) Register now: http://stpdcn.cr/2XN8WxQ
So many good memes!!! I originally had slides explaining everything with examples, but patient memes (read: self reported experiences) speak volumes louder than my words ever could. @The Cancer Patient #AYAcancer
Now that it's summer, we thought you would appreciate this treat from @Cook For Your Life 🤤 "This Berry Granita is a great and simple way to use summer berries on warm days. It also is great for days when you want a sweet treat that’s not too rich.” Visit their page for the recipe!
This week's Stupid Cancer Story is from Stupid Cancer Board Member David Richman, he shares the story of his sister's cancer and how it led him to a 5,000-mile cross country bike ride, that we would later call Cycle of Lives. Read now: http://stpdcn.cr/37LuxtR
Join Stupid Cancer Board Member Shannon Wyant for a Digital Meetup on Thursday, June 25 8 pm EST. Bring your journal, or any blank page, and something to write with. Together we’ll explore whatever is floating around our brains these days 🧐 Register now: http://stpdcn.cr/DMUJune25reg
Have you made it back to the Digital CancerCon site yet? What has been your favorite session to rewatch? Comment below! P.S. Don't forget to complete our post-event survey. We want to know how CancerCon (digital or not) can better serve you. Visit http://stpdcn.cr/survey today!
Busy tomorrow night? Join Elisa Salazar for a mid-week cheers and chat! Get cozy, grab a drink or snack, and hang out with your peers, June 17 at 7 pm EST. Register now: http://stpdcn.cr/2THs3qD
Ready. Set. Get busy living! This sweater is the perfect thing to wear while you’re out there living your life! Just like Alexa, “I have been wearing it every week. It is so comfortable and reminds me of my strength.” - Alexa. Get yours today: http://stpdcn.cr/3cT6r1s
Director of Development, Linda Curran, recounts her experience becoming a caretaker for her father at age 19 and losing him a few years later to Stage 4 melanoma. We couldn't relate more to her description of cancer as a "shitshow." Read now: http://stpdcn.cr/2XRUioX