Roz has always been very healthy and active, especially among us sibs, and the news of her having cholangio took us by storm. Being the first born, her “to do” list began to grow: schedule doctor appointments, research on how to fight this unknown disease…

Read More

The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation’s Blog has been home to a variety of content ranging from patient perspectives to updates on medical advancements. Patients share news and personal anecdotes, and the blog also serves as a resource for you to familiarize themselves with the Foundation.

Read More

Mike Shane Memorial Fund (MSMF) just recently turned one! In the past year MSMF has helped 7 cholangiocarcinoma patients get a second opinion. All donations they receive go to second opinions.

Read More

When I thought of the word rare I envisioned something precious, beautiful and exceptional, like an amazing piece of art in a museum; something that brought joy and smiles to people. I didn’t think of diseases until I was diagnosed with Stage IV Cholangiocarcinoma in 2010.

Read More

Don’t forget to mark your calendar for Rare Cancer Day, on September 30th. The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) partners with NORD every year to join together and raise awareness for rare cancers, specifically cholangiocarcinoma.

Read More

On September 7th, 2020 the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) participated in Grateful Patient Day. Each year, Grateful Patient Day spotlights stories of gratitude for doctors, nurses, researchers, medicines and procedures that help patients.

Read More

Cancer doesn’t just change the life of the patient; it changes the life of a community. And that is what we are in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, a community. Coach Geoff Good, a father, husband and a friend, was diagnosed with Cholangiocarcinoma.

Read More

Being a caregiver is the role of a lifetime. I think most of us take on this role without any hesitation. This was true in my case. Alongside my dad and sister, I took on the role of being one of my mom’s caregiver’s after her cholangiocarcinoma diagnosis.

Read More

We should, I thought, be compatriots: brothers-in-arms who’d lost their loved-one to an unfair, unlikely illness. What were chances that I’d come from South Africa to Italy only to stumble across someone who’d lost her husband to the same rare cancer my son succumbed to? I was even more astonished to discover we’d shared the same oncology team.

Read More

During our 2020 Annual conference, Incyte shared the results from a 700 patient survey. The survey found that the quality of life for patients with cholangiocarcinoma is heavily impacted by a host of symptoms and side effects, including depression that may be severe.

This week we’d like to offer 5 reliable resources to help navigate through depression.

Read More

TeamCCF and the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation held its first-ever virtual athletic fundraising event, Moving for the Cure, the week of July 5th.  “With Covid-19 restrictions in mind, TeamCCF wanted to host a fundraiser that would bring family and friends together in a fun and safe way,” explained Meredith McGuffage, TeamCCF Coordinator.  Each participant was asked to…

Read More

We are SO thankful for all of our volunteers who work tirelessly to support CCF in any way they can. “One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time.” This week we would like to highlight 5 events that our amazing volunteers put together.

Read More

Each week, we’re going to offer five tips that will help you stay educated, informed and hopeful about all things cholangiocarcinoma.

Our 2020 Annual Conference was unforgettable! We would like to extend our sincerest thanks to all those who joined us online during the 2020 Virtual Annual Conference. Over 1,600 individuals from 49 states and 44 countries registered, which is 3x more than our previous conference!

During the conference, we presented exciting new research collaborations, programs, and more crucial information that will continue to move us toward better treatment options for patients.

If you missed it, we’d like to share 5 highlights from the conference.

Read More

We would like to extend our sincerest thanks to all those who joined us online during the 2020 Virtual Annual Conference on July 22-24th. More than 1,600 individuals from 49 states and 44 countries representing healthcare, industry, patient advocacy organizations, patients, caregivers, academia, and supporters logged in for 3 days of connection through inspirational stories…

Read More

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Do you have questions about your health data privacy and your rights to access your own medical records? Join us for an educational webinar with health privacy and security expert Deven McGraw, who is Ciitizen’s Chief Regulatory Officer. Deven previously directed U.S. health privacy and security as Deputy Director, Health…

Read More

Improved Communication Is Vital Between Patients and Providers About Testing Needs WASHINGTON, DC (July 7, 2020) — A LUNGevity Foundation-led consortium of 41 leading patient advocacy organizations, professional societies and industry partners has published a white paper detailing recommendations for the use of testing terminology in precision medicine for patient education throughout the cancer community.…

Read More

Please join us this Thursday, July 9 for two events with our partners at Ciitizen! As part of the CCF Webinar Series, we will start with an educational webinar with Ciitizen’s Chief Regulatory Officer, Deven McGraw, focused on patient health data rights and privacy, and we will follow the webinar with a virtual onboarding event for anyone who…

Read More

July is here, and the 2020 Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation’s Virtual Conference is just weeks away. CCF plans on having some fun during the conference! We’re excited to announce our first Lip Sync Battle. The winning song is “Fight Song” by Rachel Platten. Now it’s time for the fun to begin! Start planning your lip sync performances…

Read More

We’ve loved connecting with you each week and hope you’ll continue to do so. Our Weekly Webinars provide our CCF community with the latest information and updates pertaining to CCA. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire and educate. Each week we present the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Support Groups will…

Read More

The COVID 19 pandemic is the most wide-reaching and devastating public health event of our lifetimes. It has reached nearly every corner of the globe. Even those who have not contracted the disease have been affected by it. The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation would like to know how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your, or your loved…

Read More

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation is here for you! We’ve loved connecting with you each week and hope you’ll continue to do so. Our Weekly Webinars provide our CCF community with the latest information and updates pertaining to CCA. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire and educate. Our Clinical Trials…

Read More

Each week, we’re going to offer five tips that will help you stay educated, informed and hopeful about all things cholangiocarcinoma.

CCF is holding it’s first athletic fundraiser: Moving for the Cure! Enjoy any activity, anywhere, and raise money for the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. All ages and athletic abilities can participate.

This week we present 5 ways you can get involved with Moving for the Cure.

Read More

Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Register Here What is #MapItForward & the Real World Genomics Study Recent medical advances support the need for all cholangiocarcinoma patients to receive biomarker testing as part of their treatment, however the rate at which patients are actually receiving this testing in the real world is unknown. Real-world evidence is…

Read More

Dear Friends, With the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many others over the years and the confluence of recent events, important conversations are happening throughout the nation, including at CCF. We know there is work to do, within every organization and throughout the nation, for us to come together in…

Read More

You spoke and we listened! In light of COVID-19 pandemic, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation created a weekly webinar series to help our community navigate through these difficult times. The response has been overwhelming and we will continue the weekly gatherings as long as there is interest! Based on an abundance of feedback, the weekly sessions will…

Read More

You spoke and we listened! The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation CCF is excited to announce our newest series of webinars. Each week we bring you the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire, and educate. These bi-weekly educational webinars feature the newest developments and presentations from experts…

Read More

You spoke and we listened! The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation CCF is excited to continue our series of webinars. Each week we will bring you the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire, and educate. Bi-weekly educational webinars will feature the newest developments and presentations from experts…

Read More

You spoke and we listened! The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation CCF is excited to announce our newest series of webinars. Each week we will bring you the latest information and updates relevant to the CCF community. Our hope is to continue to connect, inspire, and educate. Bi-weekly educational webinars will feature the newest developments and presentations from…

Read More

“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time, they have the heart.”  Today CCF celebrates what volunteers do year-round. To our volunteers, you truly make an incredible difference in the work, and we thank you! Happy Volunteer Appreciation Week. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel Happy Volunteer Appreciation Week. You can join us in thanking our volunteers…

Read More

FDA Approves Incyte’s Pemazyre™ (pemigatinib) as First Targeted Treatment for Adults with Previously Treated, Unresectable Locally Advanced or Metastatic Cholangiocarcinoma WILMINGTON, Del.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr. 17, 2020– Incyte (Nasdaq:INCY) today announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Pemazyre™ (pemigatinib), a kinase inhibitor indicated for the treatment of adults with previously treated, unresectable locally advanced or metastatic cholangiocarcinoma…

Read More

Around 9 o’clock on a Saturday night in January 2017, I heard weird noises in the bathroom. I opened the door to find my son curled over the toilet. “It’s only cranberry juice. It’s only cranberry juice,” he muttered into the bowl. I took a glance- that wasn’t cranberry juice. I can hardly believe it…

Read More

Our friends at D2 Creative and Mill Pond Communications answered the #UNOpenBrief to help #STOPTHESPREAD of #COVID19. Their answer: an ILLUMINATION to help reduce face touching in the form of a playful 30-second PSA.

Read More

CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.

Read More

Today CCF celebrates what volunteers do year-round. To our volunteers, you truly make an incredible difference in the work, and we thank you! Happy Volunteer Appreciation Month!

Read More

Home / Blog Post None of us wanted it, Cholangiocarcinoma has thrust us, kicking and screaming into the role of potential superheroes. Let me explain… These are tough times as the world locks down. I’m sure many of you have already seen posts or heard from friends how they are struggling with the anxiety of…

Read More

In this uncertain time, we want you to know, wherever you are that we are with you. Distance and physical separation cannot break the bonds we have made in this community.

Read More

During this tumultuous time, Dr. Geret Giles offers some advice on how to deal with uncertainty.

Dr. Geret Giles is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Pleasant Grove, Utah…

Read More

TeamCCF began in 2016 as a way to raise money through athletic events for the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. Since its inception, TeamCCF has participated in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon; the TCS New York City Marathon; The Berkeley Half Marathon;  the AACR Philadelphia Marathon, Half Marathon and 8k; The CNO Financial Group Indianapolis Monumental Marathon,…

Read More

TeamCCF began in 2016 as a way to raise money through athletic events for the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. Since its inception, TeamCCF has participated in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon; the TCS New York City Marathon; The Berkeley Half Marathon;  the AACR Philadelphia Marathon, Half Marathon and 8k; The CNO Financial Group Indianapolis Monumental Marathon,…

Read More

We wanted to share an exciting new program that our friends at Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) recently launched. The SU2C Canada Kate McGarrigle Fund Music As Healing Grant Program is an initiative that encourages songwriter cancer patients and survivors to share their cancer journey through original music compositions. Applications for the program are open…

Read More

My story begins back in 2005. I was pregnant with my oldest son Dylan and had a very normal pregnancy. He was born on March 12th-nine days late. I ended up having a C-section. I think if Dylan had his way, he would have stayed inside – lol. A few weeks after his birth I…

Read More

February 12th, 2020 – Six charities from around the world have joined together to celebrate World Cholangiocarcinoma Day. Cholangiocarcinoma, a highly lethal cancer with poor prognosis, arises from the bile ducts in the liver. It is often diagnosed at advanced stages when treatment is only minimally effective, emphasizing the imminent need for novel therapies. There…

Read More

The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation is pleased to announce its 7th Annual International Conference scheduled for April 1-3, 2020 in Salt Lake City. Because patients living with cholangiocarcinoma have a direct stake in their own medical care and are in a unique position to provide input, CCF has expanded its Annual Conference to include programming that addresses…

Read More

An unspeakable loss has affected the cholangiocarcinoma world on Friday, January 10, 2020. Melinda Bachini, our beloved patient advocate, tragically lost her son, Skylar Evan Kiefer, during the second decade of his life. In typical Melinda fashion, even in the darkest hours, her focus was to ensure that Skylar’s organs would benefit others. Friends in…

Read More

Is the secret to combating a “silent killer” hiding in our health data? That’s what we have been teaming with Komodo Health to find out. Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma, or ICCA, is the second most common primary liver cancer in the world. Because its early symptoms often go unnoticed or can be attributed to other ailments, diagnosis…

Read More

Join us for an afternoon dedicated to the science of cholangiocarcinoma. The symposium will include presentations from area clinicians highlighting their work in cholangiocarcinoma. You will also hear the patient perspective of cholangiocarcinoma. There will be a break with complimentary snacks and beverages. The day will end with a panel discussion and Q&A around the…

Read More

By joining our CCF Patient Registry, your un-identified health information will provide important data to researchers to better understand cholangiocarcinoma and help develop new treatment options. To assist you with gathering your health information, CCF has partnered with Ciitizen to help our patients, at no cost to you, collect your health data, and should you choose, share it back with…

Read More

Now it begins. Thanksgiving. Giving Thanks. Food, Family, Friends, Fun. Turkey, Traditions, Touchdowns, Travel. Tension?! I remember a little of what I think I learned about the “First Thanksgiving” as a child. The Pilgrims came from England on a ship. “If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring? PILGRIMS – Bazooka Joe”. …

Read More

“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.” Last year on Giving Tuesday, people came together on Facebook to raise over $125 million to support the causes they care about. Building on this incredible momentum, and to further amplify that generosity, this year on December 3rd, starting at 8:00…

Read More

About a month ago my dad got a Facebook message from Carlos, a good friend living in Guatemala. He mentioned that he was coming to the United States with his family soon and was asking about places he should visit in Utah. My dad recommended Zion National Park, Arches National Park and a few other…

Read More

The Mike Shane Memorial Fund helps reduce financial barriers for patients who need a second opinion on their initial diagnosis of cholangiocarcinoma*. Purview, a global healthcare technology company, created this fund in memory of Mike Shane, a longtime friend and supporter who passed away on April 28, 2019, after a year-long battle with cholangiocarcinoma. Mike…

Read More

On September 21, 2019 Heidi Rhea’s dream of having a successful and lively family friendly Oktoberfest celebration, in support of the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF), came true. The 1,200 plus attendees surprised even Heidi herself. Heidi, a patient of cholangiocarcinoma, is also an active volunteer with CCF. She plays a crucial part in helping bring awareness…

Read More

CCF sponsored a half-day symposium at the University of Chicago last week.  Here are some notes and impressions.  It’s not complete, and perhaps I got some of it wrong.  I’d appreciate comments and corrections. Stacie Lindsey outlined the history and mission of CCF.  I can’t help but feel that her work and that of her…

Read More

TeamCCF had 18 runners participate in the 2019 Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Sunday, October 13th.  This year’s team was the largest to date with men and women of all ages from 13 different states. Together the team raised an unprecedented $49,485. And they will continue to fundraise through the month of October. Runners participate,…

Read More

Written by Stephanie Zinis In May of 2018 our families’ lives were forever changed. A routine doctor visit led to an accidental discovery that my mom, Renee, had cholangiocarcinoma, a rare cancer affecting fewer than 40,000 per year. After my mom’s diagnosis we began researching and preparing for the future ahead. We came across many…

Read More

October 1 is Rare Cancer Day as proclaimed by the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD). The NORD website ​shares the goal is “To shine a light on the rare cancer community, a group of individuals who are often overlooked in the broader cancer community.” The President and Founder of the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) Stacie…

Read More

As the “instigator” who 11 years ago blissfully started getting mothers of active-duty Marines and eventually Marine vets to meet together to share experiences, information, and to just be with others “who get it”, I’m doing it again thanks to CCF.   At the last annual conference, I met Caitlin Fortuna and her youngest daughter.…

Read More

Charles Graeber, The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer, Twelve, 2018. “Cancer kills millions of people every year and is one of humanity’s greatest health challenges. By stimulating the inherent ability of our immune system to attack tumor cells James Allison and Tasuku Honjo have established an entirely new principle for cancer therapy.…

Read More

“Cholangiocarcinoma sucks, it’s a tough, tough cancer.  Being difficult to diagnose, often diagnosed in later stages, and having limited treatment options, we knew we wanted to see how we could maybe help change that for future CCA patients” explained Jan Meyer, a current cholangiocarcinoma (CCA) patient. Recently, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation had the opportunity to interview Jan…

Read More

Join us for an afternoon dedicated to the science of cholangiocarcinoma. The symposium will include presentations from the University of Chicago’s hepatobiliary team highlighting their work in cholangiocarcinoma. You will also hear the patient perspective of cholangiocarcinoma. There will be a break with complimentary snacks and beverages. The day will end with a panel discussion…

Read More

On August 12, the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation announced a partnership with Ciitizen. This partnership is formed around the belief that you should have full access to your health data. Cholangiocarcinoma patients have immediate access to the Ciitizen platform, which enables you to gather your medical records and leverage this platform to control your health data. When…

Read More

Over three years ago I was diagnosed with an incurable cancer, at the age of just 39 when my 3 children were under the age of 5. Since then I have undertaken countless treatments including 30 chemotherapy cycles spanning 4 types, radiation, cyberknife, SRS, ablation, dendritic cell therapy, targeted drugs and immunotherapy, always with the…

Read More

Since 2015, the Foundation has awarded more than $1.9 million in funding for innovative, high-quality research. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA, August 6, 2019 — The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF), a nonprofit organization funding novel research for bile duct cancer, has awarded the 5th cycle of its Research Fellowship Program. CCF is pleased to support 7 projects for…

Read More

A          Cancer AGES us but isn’t aging what we long for?! B          It BLINDS us to far away, future concerns. It brings us to a “near- sighted” living where we don’t miss the present. C          Cancer gives us CAUSE – a reason to try treatments and trials for new therapies; not only for our own survival, but for those who follow…

Read More

Marion and I worked together daily for over 10 years building the foundation and we’ve talked often since her retirement. She worked with many of you over the years to make sure the patient voice was considered in all endeavors and she admired the way you treated “her” patients. She took great pride in her…

Read More

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2008, healthcare positions accounted for 12% of all private-sector jobs, a number that has consistently been on the rise.(1) Included in this data were such vocations as pharmacists, physical therapists, dental hygienists, medical assistants, home health aides, etc. Many non-M.D. professionals within this population have had…

Read More

My recent(ish) surgery knocked me down a little more than expected, so I won’t be tackling the complex topic of mouse models/mouse avatars (with a detour into personalized medicine) until my next post in two weeks.  In the meantime, I wanted to share a neat trick a fellow attendee introduced me to at this year’s…

Read More

Reading this blog you get a lot of one person’s perspective, but so many lives have been impacted by cholangiocarcinoma.  When I asked fellow patients to give their perspectives from the conference, Tom, Heidi, Catherine, and Lois all graciously offered to share their thoughts.  If any readers didn’t share but would like to, please feel…

Read More

Science has never been my forte.  That’s not to say it disinterests me, but it never held my attention like the humanities.  For someone who has no natural talent for biology, however, I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about cells.  I ponder the cells dividing in my own system, somewhat dispassionately considering the…

Read More

It’s natural for cancer patients to, at some point in their journey, indulge their curiosity.  When you are diagnosed with a disease as rare as cholangiocarcinoma, one of the first questions that comes to mind is: why?  A person wonders if maybe they have a genetic predisposition, or maybe they’ve unknowingly encountered carcinogens that altered…

Read More

I can’t speak for other rare cancer populations, but the cholangiocarcinoma community is fairly tight knit.  In some ways, we are like members of the same college class after graduation.  We’re spread all over the globe, but when we talk it’s with the familiarity and an intimacy of old friends, and we even occasionally gather…

Read More

Written by Cait with edits of style and flair by Barry Cohen Depending on your perspective, roller coaster might have a negative connotation.  For Barry Cohen though, it doesn’t, and that’s in no small part because he chooses for it to be positive.  Speaking with him for this feature was both entertaining and informative, and…

Read More

And we’re back!  I meant to have this up last week, but between the holidays and family in town, that ambition crashed and burned in merry, yuletide fashion.  We left off last post with a promise of a deeper dive into what a radiation treatment, specifically stereotactic radiation, might look like from beginning to end. …

Read More

I began the last treatment modality post with a tease about controversial cholangiocarcinoma treatments.  Liver transplant is arguably one of the more misunderstood modalities, but radiation just might get the worst rap.  When many lay people hear “radiation”, we think scorched earth.  Radiation historically represents one of the most aggressive treatments and one that by…

Read More

Imagine for a second that there is a checklist that describes the ‘typical’ cholangiocarcinoma patient.  An impossible task, I know, as we are all so significantly (or perhaps maddeningly if you’re the doctor trying to fix us) different, but there are trends in the data.  Jess Maher is the opposite of most of what you…

Read More

It’s no surprise that the holidays come with a mixed bag of emotions and experiences.  In the best of circumstances this time of year, while joyful, carries a fair amount of stress, but when cancer enters the equation, many of the already complex feelings are magnified.  Sometimes the patient is the one who typically hosts…

Read More

This post marks the first in a series reviewing different cholangiocarcinoma treatment modalities.  Moving forward, one post each month will look at the present state of a common treatment including an interview with a leading expert on the subject.  Please use the comments to share your feedback on information you would like to see in…

Read More

Melinda Bachini is a familiar face within the Foundation.  An 8-year survivor, she is on the front line of introducing the newly diagnosed to the Foundation’s services and helping them to navigate their new reality.  In addition to her work with the Foundation, Melinda sits on several national committees such as the NCI Patient Advocate…

Read More

Assuming you haven’t tackled one before, have you ever really thought about what it takes to run a marathon?  If a runner maintains a 12-minute mile pace (essentially a jog) and does not take walk breaks, it would take them 5 hours and 14 minutes to complete the 26.2-mile course.  For some perspective, if you’ve…

Read More

Event in memory of Kathy Plouff I am so happy to update you to tell you the Fundraiser we had in memory of my Mom on what would have been her 52nd birthday was a HUGE success,I believe that we raised a little over $2,000!   We are so grateful for our generous friends and…

Read More

The Foundation’s discussion boards have long been a gathering place for patients and caregivers to share information and offer support.  When it was first created ten years ago, the discussion board corner of the cholangiocarcinoma.org site was on par with other similar forums, but as ten years passed and technology advanced, the decision was made…

Read More

Hello Cholangiocarcinoma Family!  I write to bid you welcome to the blog and to provide a brief introduction.  After some time under the watchful eye of multiple volunteers and leaders from the Foundation, the blog is returning to a single owner model.  This isn’t to say you won’t hear from a variety of voices, but…

Read More

Hi! Just getting back to you about our first fundraising event that was held on July 22- Knock Out Cancer. We had a great turnout with 100+ people, raising over $5,000! We created t-shirts and cups for this event that were able to be purchased, along with about 35 donated baskets that we raffled off.…

Read More

Palliative Care Podcast Palliative care should be implemented at the beginning of any serious or life-limiting diagnosis. It restores control of decisions to the individual. Palliative care practitioners work with individuals to control symptoms related to the illness, or the treatment. This includes pain, nausea/vomiting, appetite and taste changes, nutrition, etc. With any diagnosis that…

Read More

From our friends at CASCAP … CASCAP and together with the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation of Thailand hosted a meeting with Prof. John Bridgewater University of London, Stacie Lindsey , President, Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation USA, Prof. Milind Javle M.D., Tenure Track, Department of Gastrointestinal (GI) Medical Oncology, Division of Cancer Medicine, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer…

Read More

Andrea’s Night “On the 50 Yard Line” was held on January 14, 2017 in Evansville, IN, by Dan Fuquay and Andrea Remembered in memory of Andrea Fuquay.  This annual event was once again a huge success with a sold-out crowd of 500 attendees!  The fundraiser cleared $110,000 for distribution to various charities including the Cholangiocarcinoma…

Read More