About Elizabeth A. Lambert

Elizabeth A. Lambert is a high school English teacher and serves on the Board of Directors of No Stomach For Cancer, Inc.

Grafton High School: A Community of Advocates


This week in Grafton, Massachusetts, members of the Grafton High School Football Team held a Lift-a-Thon to show support for a member of the team whose mother passed away in November from stomach cancer. Players had family and friends sponsor … Read More...

No Stomach For Cancer Awards $100,000 for Stomach Cancer Research

It is an honor to share with the No Stomach For Cancer Community that we have awarded $100,000 to fund stomach cancer research in the form of TWO $50,000 grants.

These grants were made possible by the tireless efforts of … Read More...

The results are in: The Psychosocial Implications of Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC)

HDGC Impact Study Notice

Over the past year, I have had the honor to work with Ms. Marcie Casey, a genetic counseling graduate student, on her thesis committee. On Friday, May 9th, I had an opportunity to watch her present her thesis on “The Read More...

Be our guest: Contribute to NSFC’s Blog

Blog GuidelinesIf you have been affected by an illness or crisis, then you know how valuable it is to connect with others who have experienced something similar. People in the No Stomach For Cancer community, especially when first impacted by stomach … Read More...

The power of sharing our stories: Raising awareness and inspiring research

Mike Walsh and Beth Lambert

One of my favorite aspects of my involvement with No Stomach For Cancer is connecting with others – patients, their families, and medical professionals. Each day we live our mission statement of “supporting research and uniting the caring power of … Read More...

Stomach Cancer Awareness Month 2013

Stomach Cancer Awareness Month Round BadgeIt seems like yesterday that the US Senate Resolution passed in 2010, officially establishing November as Stomach Cancer Awareness Month. And it seems like yesterday that we came up with the concept of the No Stomach For Cancer Walk…Yet, here … Read More...

Registration is open for the 2013 Walk!

It amazes me that it has only been 11 months since we started talking about a No Stomach For Cancer Walk; yet, here we are planning the second annual Walk after having had a successful one in 2012. What a … Read More...

Norman the Movie

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I believe that everyone who comes in contact with high school students - parents, teachers, guidance counselors, school administrators, and, of course, students themselves - should see this movie. Although not everyone faces the same problems as Norman Long, the main character in Norman the movie, they all do face some challenge, which is an important reminder and makes us empathetic.
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