NETwalkers Alliance's Fundraising Page

Help us #cureNETcancernow.
Help us #cureNETcancernow.

WHY WE'RE FUNDRAISING WITH THE JIMMY FUND WALK TO FIGHT CANCER

NET cancer is not pretty. Start with endless bouts of diarrhea and belly pain. Add years of insomnia and low blood pressure that can make just standing up an adventure. Combine with dry flushing that makes your doctor think you have early onset menopause if you're a woman--or you're taking too much niacin if you're a man.

Let the cancer grow and spread to your liver. Watch it destroy the valves in your heart and leave you weaker every day. Experience your gradual loss of every scrap of dignity and watch your world shrink until it is the size of a hospital bed. Finally, you die.

This is the reality of NET cancer.

We walk until we find a cure. 

PROGRESS TO GOAL

Raised:$2,110
Goal:$100,000
7team members

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM MEMBERS

C = Team Captain
NAME
AMOUNT RAISED
x11x
x$2,110.00x

THANK YOU TO OUR TEAM DONORS

NAME
AMOUNT
Team Honor Roll
Alisha Jose
$25
Ashley Borges
$25
Dr. Heidi Fischer
$25
Jennifer Chan
$15
Mr. Harry A Proudfoot
$1,525
Mr. John Yamnicky
$50
Mrs. Jenaleigh Fantini
$10
Ms. Cynthia Chase
$30
Ms. Grace Goldstein
$100
Rick Lederman
$125
Walking with Jane Matching Donation
$180
I'm Living Proof buttons
Every dollar raised helps fuel Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's 50-50 balance between lifesaving research and total patient care.
Together, we can conquer cancer!














2019 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Help us #cureNETcancernow.
Help us #cureNETcancernow.

NETwalkers Alliance

NET cancer is not pretty. Start with endless bouts of diarrhea and belly pain. Add years of insomnia and low blood pressure that can make just standing up an adventure. Combine with dry flushing that makes your doctor think you have early onset menopause if you're a woman--or you're taking too much niacin if you're a man.

Let the cancer grow and spread to your liver. Watch it destroy the valves in your heart and leave you weaker every day. Experience your gradual loss of every scrap of dignity and watch your world shrink until it is the size of a hospital bed. Finally, you die.

This is the reality of NET cancer.

We walk until we find a cure. 

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