July: Sarcoma Awareness Month

Brendan was diagnosed with an undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma in 2014, it is now metastatic. He lost his leg to the disease in march of 2015. This picture was taken maybe 12 weeks after his amputation.

Two in five patients with sarcoma will go on to die from their disease. The effect of sarcoma on the community in terms of disability-adjusted life years is huge  – Australian Sarcoma Study Group 

That’s worth thinking about! I personally need that statistic to be 0.

I support July as Sarcoma Awareness Month! More conversation, more funds raised…higher survival rates! Yes Please!

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Thank you to the following links for doing the same:  (please click on each if you would like more information about this topic)

Life’s good and hope is Limitless.

The main focus of this Blog is to share awareness of the rare/uncommon cancer my husband Brendan has…
You can find more information on Sarcoma Cancer by following this link: sarcoma.
You can also join us at our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/storyofus4/
Or hit “The Story of Us” Category to read more about the in’s and out’s of living with  undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma (UPS)

2 Comments Add yours

  1. cynthiahm says:

    You have brought it to my attention and I was completely unaware. Maybe I should not admit that but then, maybe it is because the disease is so rare.

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    1. calliemm says:

      Thank you for having a conversation here about it Cynthia…that is how we can do our small part together in spreading a little awareness 🙂 x

      Liked by 1 person

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