My Road To Awareness

Jessica McAuliffe

by Jessica McAuliffe
Jessica is a wife and mother of five children. She is an attorney and owns her own photography studio. She lost her mother to stomach cancer in January 2005. Since then she has been trying to advocate Read More...


April for Rachel is Raising Stomach Cancer Awareness in Medical Communities Across Canada

Rachel Tamaye

By Mia Lennox-Williams, CIPP/C with PT Healthcare Solutions

pt Health is a Community Clinic Network with 105 clinic locations across Canada employing over 1,000 people and treating thousands of patients each day.

Rachel Onishi is one of our amazing team 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...


The Gift of Awareness: A gift that keeps on giving

Jennifer and Jamie Zambranaby Jamie Zambrana

What is on my mind…

As I sit here the day after my sister’s 2nd year passing anniversary; I can’t help but want to share with you a piece of her story, and the ultimate gift she … 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...


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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First Annual No Stomach For Cancer Walk Raises $35,415 for Stomach Cancer Research

Walk UK

United Kingdom

Although we still have a few loose ends to tie up regarding the November 3rd Walk, we wanted to share with you the excitement, the success that every single member of this community made happen.

Honestly, when we … Read More...


Stomach Cancer Awareness Month Kicks Off Today!

November is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month®

In 2010, we were working with the US Senate to establish November as the first national Stomach Cancer Awareness Month. We found out the Resolution had passed only weeks before the start of November, and we did the best we … Read More...


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