The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation’s Blog has been home to a variety of content ranging from patient perspectives to updates on medical advancements. Contributors like patients Sarah Bennett, Cait Telaak, Helen Scott, Susan Braden, George Riddle, Lisa Layton, and Marcia Van Gorden share news and personal anecdotes, and the blog also serves as a resource for you to familiarize themselves with the Foundation. Keep an eye out for new posts as together we explore the world of Cholangiocarcinoma and the tireless work towards a cure!
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Collaboration is a core value at CCF and is fundamental to the Foundation’s growth and ability to provide high-quality programs and services to the CCA community.
You are the future of research, and we want you to know that your validated data matters. When you request your health records and share your data with Ciitizen, you are helping us find a cure for cholangiocarcinoma (CCA).
We hope you had a Happy New Year! Exciting things are happening at Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) this year, including celebrating our 15th Anniversary and more.
Please help us participate in CCF’s Light It Green For CC project! We are excited to grow this campaign in 2021.
I am a 40 year old mother of two, Grace (9) and Connor (7). I am incredibly lucky to be married to my best friend and love of my life Jason, who is the pillar of our family.
“Let food by thy medicine and let medicine be thy food”. Hippocrates is thought to be the source of this quote, but Dr. William Li,…
Matt Reidy was diagnosed in 2013 with stage II perihilar CC. Matt is from Richmond, VA, is married with 4 children ages 12-25. Matt is a retired IT Executive and enjoys wood. working, sailing, water sports.
As 2020 comes to a close, there are a number of opportunities to support the work of the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation. Your Year-End Giving can make a long-term impact.
Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation Receives a $500,000 Gift, the Largest in its History, from the Scott Family in Memory of Andrea Scott
The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation (CCF) received a gift of $500,000, the largest in its history, from The Scott Family, in memory of wife and mother, Andrea (Breuhan) Scott, who lost her courageous 18-month battle with the disease in 2014.
My name is Tom Leitzke. I was born and raised in Sandusky, Ohio, and was living as an expatriate in Japan, managing global operations for a publicly-traded robotics company when I was diagnosed with perihilar cholangiocarcinoma (stage 3B) in 2007. I was 58.
There is a lot of planning that goes on behind the scenes and we are working hard to make it the best conference yet. This week we are sharing 5 ways you can get involved with the 2021 Annual Conference now.
CCF is excited to announce the 2021 Annual Conference t-shirt logo contest. CCF is now accepting logo proposals for t-shirts, which will be introduced for the Annual Conference.