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***Watch*** as one of our biggest supporters is surprised with a Birthday Gift

  A few weeks ago,  one of Kelly’s  college roommates, Jenna Vandervort, contacted Kelly’s Mother because she had an idea of what she’d like to give Kelly for a birthday gift this year.  Jenna knew that the Wesley Family and BE

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Webster Schroeder High School Students raise money in support of BE uninTIMidated

In December 2016, four Webster Schroeder High School students selected BE uninTIMidated as their focus for their Junior Leadership Project Final. They sold candy canes for $1.00 during Lunch where the candy canes could be sent with a note to

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BE uninTIMidated talks Appendix Cancer with Dino Kay from FICKLE/93.3 – take a listen

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WAA Softball – Girls 14U Xtreme Softball Team supports BE uninTIMidated

These young Ladies, Coaches and their Families donated over $450 in support of BE uninTIMidated.  Even more importantly, they  wore BE uninTIMidated shirts during Tournaments as well as their League Games to help CREATE AWARENESS about this rare disease.  Thank

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Rare Disease Day – 2016

    February 29, 2016 marks the 9th annual international Rare Disease Day. On this day every year, organizations around the globe unite their efforts to help bring awareness to the many rare illnesses that do not often see the

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Our 3rd Annual Casino Night Fundraiser = HUGE SUCCESS

The 3rd Annual BE uninTIMidated Casino Night Event at Webster Golf Club was a HUGE success. We had 236 attendees registered and approximately 215 in attendance. We enjoyed inspiring words, each other’s company, good food, some great tastings from Black

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What NOT to say to someone facing a Cancer Diagnosis

It Will Be Okay How do you know it will be okay?  What does okay mean?  It means: satisfactory but not exceptionally or especially good.  And what does satisfactory mean?  It means:  fulfilling expectations or needs; acceptable, though not outstanding

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Watch as Tim reflects on life with cancer and how his family & cancer co-exist

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Such a devious, deceitful disease

worry [wur-ee, wuhr-ee] /ˈwɜr i, ˈwʌr i/ • verb (used without object), worried, worrying. 1. to torment oneself with or suffer from disturbing thoughts; fret. Life right now you would think, in the space that we are in with Tim

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Scan Month Funk…

Feeling a little funky today… I think it was the utter shock in Mackenzie’s eyes and face last night at the dinner table when I referred to this time as “Scan Month”… oh that baby wasn’t even thinking about a

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