What do you say when it comes to cancer?
To a mother, a father, a sibling, a spouse, a friend?
List your loved one in the film credits
The message can be an inspiration for someone currently fighting cancer.
Or it can be “in memory of”.
What would you like to say?
Here are some suggestions:
- In support of my friend Robin, whose cancer battle has been unbelievable, as has her courage and heart. Go Robin!
- In memory of my father, a World War II Veteran, who died of pancreatic cancer and gave me so much.
- Love to you Mom. You’re in my heart always.
Fill out the form below with your words and inspirations for the film credits.
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Your inspiration with your first name and last initial will be listed in the film credits:
Love you always, Mom.
Who Can Go On CancerRoadTrip?
Anyone impacted by cancer.
You can be a patient just post treatment, in maintenance, or several years out.
You can be a caregiver, loved one or friend.
Cancer touches all our lives. Nearly half of us will have a cancer diagnosis.
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