John’s March Against Stomach Cancer 2015

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What is normally a race track filled with cars was filled with over 300 people running and walking through the turns to raise money for a very special cause. The March was held in memory of John Cardinale, a friend … Read More...

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...

Racing Across America for No Stomach For Cancer

Vern writes "Like the old Tony Bennett song, 'I left my stomach in San Francisco'

Vern writes “Like the old Tony Bennett song, I left my stomach in San Francisco”

Imagine riding a bicycle 3,000 miles across 12 states from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland. That’s a difficult journey. Having stomach cancer is also a … Read More...

Shop Back to School on Amazon and Support NSFC With Just 1-Click!

It’s Back to School time and while you’re shopping online at Amazon, please take a moment to go to AmazonSmile and pick NSFC as your charity. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile … Read More...

Shining a Spotlight on Gastric Cancer in Devens, Massachusetts

Spotlight 2014 J MullenJust over a week ago NSFC’s Spotlight on Gastric Cancer event was held in Devens, Massachusetts. The Spotlight on Gastric Cancer program included a panel of experts who presented current perspectives and treatments for people living with gastric cancer. The … Read More...

Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) Family Workshop at Cambridge Institute

Cancer Research UKOne of the many highlights of the recent 2nd Consensus meeting on Hereditary Gastric Cancer at the Radboud University Medical Centre in Nijmegen was the opportunity to live the mission of NSFC, uniting the caring power of people worldwide affected … Read More...

John’s March Against Stomach Cancer Raises Over $14,000 for No Stomach For Cancer

John Cardinale, who hosted John’s March Against Stomach Cancer in January, passed away on March 20, 2013 after a 2-year battle with stomach cancer.

He was a determined, inspirational man who was an advocate for this cause from the moment Read More...

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

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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 …

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