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Volume 38

                                                                                                   March  2014 

Combining
 art with science

to create
 
healing, hope
and health
 
 




Fantasy Ball


Our Fantasy is to
 Cure Cancer in our lifetime
and we hope that is your fantasy too. 

Join us in this battle against cancer.

RSVP to
My Blue Dots

Cancer is a disease that has touch all of us.



Cancer Research


My Blue Dots supports internationally renowned physician-scientist, Dr. Albert Koong, M.D. in "high-risk, high-reward" cancer research.


Stem Cell Research
 
Kipp Weiskopf and Aaron Ring, Stanford graduates and winners of the 2013 Collegiate Inventors Competition, research will vastly boost the power and killing potential of existing antibody therapies against a wide variety of cancers.

 


Cancer Warriors 
 
Gifting My Blue Dots pins
in last months Newsletter.
If you missed it,  

    

 

 


My Blue Dots Pins

Sue and Kipp  
"I wear my pin every day, over my heart, to honor all those cancer warriors I know and love"
Sue McCollum  

Sue is with Kipp Weiskopf at his thesis
presentation at Stanford



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    Message from
               Sue McCollum
 
 

 Dear Friends, 

      

    Did you know that according to the American Association for Cancer Research 2013 progress report, cancer may soon become the No. 1 disease-related killer of Americans, outpacing heart disease?

This information highlights the importance of funding cancer research and providing care programs for patients and their families. 
     In 2012, there were more than 13.7 million cancer warriors living in the United States and more than 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer this year. this is why cancer research and supporting the cancer warriors is a key part of My Blue Dots.
     Our Fantasy Ball this year will support both research as well as the cancer warriors and we look forward to having you join with us in the fight to cure cancer in our lifetime.

 

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


     
      CANCER
will be

                               CURED sometime
       Logo  why not NOW?
   

 

 

Our Fantasy Ball

 

Our fantasy is to cure cancer in our lifetime

And we hope that's your fantasy too,

So we are hosting a Fantasy Ball

And we are inviting you.

 

There will be no fancy party to go to,

No dressing up you'll have to do,

You can just stay home or go out

But you can make our fantasy come true.

 

You can join us in supporting cancer research

As well as what the cancer warriors go through.

That has been our mission each year

And here are things we're continuing to do.

 

Dr. Koong is internationally known for his research

And continues doing outstanding work,

Stem cell research is now exploding and

It has given cancer research a real perk.

 

We give pins to honor those cancer warriors

And it shows how Stanford works as a team.

We're encouraging young students to pursue science

So cancer will no longer be seen.

 

A children's book we're working on

To touch children's heart and soul.

My Blue Dots Societies will soon be starting

These are just some of our goals.

 

So we hope you'll join us in our cause

For working together our fantasy will come true.

We thank you, in advance, for your donation,

For we could not do these things without you.

 

 

Sue McCollum

3-15-14

 

 




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. 
 




We thank you for your interest and support in
 
to donate on line, click here. 
My Blue Dots is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization 
Tax ID #20-5469956
to donate by check, mail to: 
My Blue Dots 
P.O. Box 60725 
Palo Alto, Ca. 94306 
 
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