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Survivor gives back to YACC by doing what he does best

Travis Gobeil has been involved in many sides of YACC since he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in 2004, and now he’s doing his part to give back to Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC) through a parody t-shirt Indiegogo campaign, Helper T-Sales – Shirts for a Cause.

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Survivor gives back through pop-up boutique!

After reaching remission, and with a Survivor Conference and Retreat Yourself under her belt, Lafreniere wanted to do something to help other young adults affected by cancer in Canada.

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Survivor raises more than $10K at first golf tournament!

Robin Mkangwana was diagnosed with colon cancer in November 2012. He was in the hospital for a couple of months while his medical team struggled to determine his diagnosis due to his age. By March, the 21 year old decided he was going to organize a golf tournament in Lanigan, Saskatchewan in support of Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC).

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Victim, patient, survivor

Victim is a word that I have never liked, and not everyone is a cancer “patient.” Here’s why we call everyone a survivor post-diagnosis.

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