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“I will never forget what it felt like to have been initially diagnosed at Stage 4, knowing there is no cure, and I will not leave behind those who are still living with this.” Founder – Rebecca Timlin-Scalera, PhD (Stage 3c)

The Cancer Couch Foundation is a volunteer run, privately funded, non-profit organization. An unprecedented 100% of donations and event proceeds are matched and go directly to fund metastatic breast cancer (mbc) research at two cutting edge labs at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center! Please support The Cancer Couch Foundation in our mission to accelerate treatment, and someday find a cure, for mbc…

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