Race to Cure Sarcoma “I Race for” Event Bibs

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Race to Cure Sarcoma “I Race for” Event Bibs

Why are you taking part in the National Virtual Race to Cure Sarcoma? Add your reason why to one of our “I Race For” bibs and share it on social media or print it out and wear it while you take part in the event on Saturday, July 25. Available as both PNG files and PDFs, choose the bib that best works for you! PDFs I Race for Bib I Run for Bib I Walk for Bib I Bike for Bib I’m Here for Bib  

Sarcoma Foundation of America Oral Therapy Preferences Survey Results

Sarcoma Foundation of America Oral Therapy Preferences Survey Results In late June, the Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) launched a sarcoma advocate survey to collect patient, survivor, and caregiver opinions on oral therapy usage preferences.  The survey was shared through SFA’s social media platforms, the SFA website, the SFA newsletter, and through a widely-distributed email. More than 150 respondents took part in the survey. Half of respondents identified themselves to be sarcoma survivors or patients in current treatment. Patients in treatment and sarcoma survivors were asked to provide their subtype. More than 20 subtypes were represented in the answers, with…  Read More »