Volume 37

                                                                                                   February 2014 

 art with science

to create
healing, hope
and health

  "Our patients have been so       touched by the generosity of     My Blue Dots...When we           hand out those three blue         dots  to patients as they             complete  their course of           radiation  treatment, it            
  demonstrates we  are all           united in our fight  against         cancer."
     Quynh-Thu Le, MD FACR
             Professor & Chair 
    Department of Radiation Oncology
    Stanford University Medical Center

The My Blue Dots 
Pin Story
The genesis of My Blue Dots was at Stanford  University. Thus, these pins were created to honor Dr. Sarah Donaldson as a gift from her patients...


Sarah S. Donaldson, M.D.

Stanford School of Medicine

Radiation Oncology Dept. 




Quynh-Thu Le, MD FACR
     Professor & Chair 
    Department of Radiation Oncology
    Stanford University Medical Center


Our physicians and therapists wear the blue dot pins with pride.
Dr, Quynh-Thu Le


Richard Falasco

Operations Manager

Radiation Therapy
Stanford Cancer Center 


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    Message from
               Sue McCollum

 Dear Friends,


      A new patient tradition has been started in the Radiation/Oncology Dept. at the Stanford School of Medicine this year. My Blue Dots has partnered with them to honor all those who have completed their radiation treatments by giving them a My Blue Dots pin. These pins stand for healing, hope, and health and put a period at the end of that chapter in their lives.

     These pins are worn by the doctors and therapists to show that they are all a team working together for the well being of their patients.

     Our mission is to not only supports cancer research but also the cancer warriors thus we are delighted to be able to support those warriors by the gift of this pin to them and all the other cancer warriors. I know I wear mine each day.  


           Until Next Time... 
                 Comments or questions email: sue@mybluedots.org                                       

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My Blue Dot Pins


A new tradition has been started at Stanford


In the Radiation/Oncology Department this year.


My Blue Dots has partnered with them


To make our support of them very clear...




By giving My Blue Dot pins to each patient


After radiation they have gone through.


A symbol that says "We honor you,


And we're standing there beside you."




The doctors and therapists all wear these pins


To show they all stand as one.


They represent


Hope for the future,


Healing of the person


And good Health


When these treatments are done.




So these Blue Dot Pins many now wear


To honor what they have been through.


 Others have gone through this same challenge


So this pin is to honor them too.



Sue McCollum





To learn more about My Blue Dots 

Why are we called 
My Blue Dots?

Before you go through radiation for cancer, you are tattooed with blue dots. These blue dots mark where the radiation beams go into 
your body to kill the cancer. 

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to donate by check, mail to: 
My Blue Dots 
P.O. Box 60725 
Palo Alto, Ca. 94306