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 a way that acknowledges, embraces and lifts everyone. We need to address injustice where we see it and to learn to truly love and respect one another. It will take sustained effort from all of us to make things better and we are committed to doing our part.

CCF stands firmly against racism and violence in any form and is committed to promoting a culture of safety, kindness, respect and love.

As we move forward together, we are committed to be more kind and respectful of others, to listen carefully as we engage in thoughtful conversation and take courageous action when we see acts of intolerance or racism.

We extend our love to each of you and our hope for a peaceful and bright future for all.


Stacie C. Lindsey
CEO & Founder
Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation

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