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In memory of his wife, Jill, Kevin Coyle hosted the 3rd annual “A Hike for Jill. A Hike for a Cure.”
Sarah Newton of Galena, Illinois has been dealing with bile duct cancer since her diagnosis in July 2020. She has endured four-plus months of chemo, two procedures involving implanting Y90 in both lobes of her liver and is currently taking gene therapy medication.
TeamCCF sponsored its 2nd Annual Moving for the Cure, July 18 – 24. Families and individuals accepted the challenge to raise at least $200 and perform any physical movement during that week in July. In the end, the Moving for the Cure participants and sponsors raised more than $96,000!
Thanks to everyone that participated! Help fund research that will move us closer to a cure. To celebrate the Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation’s 15th Anniversary, and to support our volunteer committee’s pledge to raise $150,000 to fund critical research into cholangiocarcinoma, we are holding our first-ever virtual silent auction – Bidding for the Cure. We are auctioning…
John and Jill Blonder were married for 34 years. They were preparing for retirement at their home in Dandridge, Tennessee when John discovered he had cholangiocarcinoma.
The perfect race day weather in Delaware welcomed Cholangiocarcinoma Warriors, friends, and family from across the United
I’m planning a 15,000 mile Journey of Hope; a road trip up, down and across the 48 contiguous United States.
Home / Blog / Ever since Janice Meyer’s diagnosis in 2018, she has been passionate in her commitment to raise funds and awareness of cholangiocarcinoma. Jan’s passion led to Delaware becoming the first state to declare February 12 as World Cholangiocarcinoma day in 2019. That same year, she and her husband, Dean, funded a grant…
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…