I RALLY for the day no more lives are lost to cancer.
I RALLY for the day when everyone can have the comfort of knowing that cancer is no longer a scary diagnosis.
I RALLY with the hope that one day, we won't need to RALLY anymore.
I RALLY to give a voice to those who can't be heard.
I RALLY so that one day we won't have to RALLY anymore. One day, there will be a cure for cancer and when that day comes, we will celebrate life with our loved ones both young and old by our side knowing they are safe and sound.
I RALLY so that no one else has to go to bed at night wondering if they're going to wake up the next morning.
I RALLY for Aubri so all 5 year olds can be kids.
I RALLY because inaction is not an option. I'm grateful for the fight.
I RALLY today to help create tomorrow's cures.
I RALLY so that everyone has the opportunity to live a long, healthy life with the ones they love most.
I RALLY because raising money for cancer research is easier than undergoing cancer treatment.
I RALLY to stop cancer from hurting families.
I RALLY so that one day we can live in a cancer free world.
I RALLY because I've seen the difference it can make.
I RALLY for every person whose life has been unfairly touched by cancer.
I RALLY for my Mom and all of the other people fighting blood cancers. In 2006, my Mom was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. After 18 months of chemo and various treatments, she received a double cord blood stem cell transplant on February 6, 2013. The next 3 months were spent in isolation on the transplant floor at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital and then 3 months at The Hope Lodge until she was able to go home in early August. Every dollar counts in the search to find a cure!
I RALLY in honor of the most resilient person I know. A three-time breast cancer survivor, my grandmother has tackled every obstacle thrown her way with incredible resolve. Her mettle has inspired me to be a stronger, more confident woman, and to approach every hurdle with spirit. All my love Mom-Mom.
I RALLY because if we don't, who will?
I RALLY for those who can't. I RALLY because I can.
I RALLY for all those who never could, and I will never stop.
I RALLY so miracles can happen everyday.
I RALLY so my friend Steve never has to worry about cancer again.