Cancer doesn’t just affect those who have it – it affects everyone. And everyone has a role to play in finishing it, right here at home.


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Your stories


It’s getting treatment and accepting help. It’s a tender touch and the tenacity to fight. It’s a willingness to commit and an act of bravery. This is what it means to finish cancer.

Logan

Brook and Ella

Terry and Sawyer

Hope, close to home


No one with cancer has to go it alone. We offer resources and services, from diagnosis and beyond, to ensure you have the support you need to focus on what matters: getting better.

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Navigating your cancer

Lee Sheffield Infusion Center

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Do something


Whether you’re in treatment or survivorship, a supporter or volunteer, there’s something you can do to help #FINISHCANCER. Make a meal. Knit a chemo cap. Run a race. Just do something – because you can.

Be part of the movement


Connect with your community. Share your experience. Be part of the movement on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Use the #FINISHCANCER hashtag to show us what finishing cancer means to you.