Foundation Stories

Making a Difference in the Cancer Center

Thanks to the Sanford Bemidji Cancer Center team, Tina Roberts can focus on others without worrying about her own treatment, which will be part of her life for the rest of her life.

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Fighting for Life

Fargo-Moorhead Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Group created an endowment to benefit the Building Tomorrow Today campaign and also raise awareness and ensure ongoing financial support of pancreatic cancer research and genomics research.

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A grateful patient's second chance at life

On a blustery winter night in January 2014, Gene Veeder woke in pain with no feeling in his legs. His family and neighbors were soon gathered around and an ambulance was on its way to Veeder’s ranch, 28 miles from Watford City, N.D.

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Courage in the battle against pancreatic cancer

We’re surrounded by so many blessings in life that sometimes we forget those that are most important…like good health and access to quality care.

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Donors Help Improve Genetic Screenings

Johna Kern has an unbreakable bond with her mother and two sisters. Their relationship grew even stronger after Kern found out she carried a genetic mutation.

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Jordyn's Story

Jordyn Olsen would have turned 8 this year. She would have started second grade in the fall with her friends.

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The Gift of Time

For Betty Church, Sanford Hospice was a blessing when her husband Bill’s health began to fade.

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Sanford Fund Makes an Impact in Nursing

The Sanford Fund provides support wherever the need is greatest, including education for nurses on scope and standards of practice.

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Care Close to Home Helped Patient Battle Two Cancers

Once Sharon Carlson returned home to receive treatment at Sanford Bemidji Cancer Center, she found the strength to defy all expectations of survival.

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Meet the 2014 61for61 Honorary Chairs

Peggy Ullrich and Becky Kaiser agreed to be the 61for61 Honorary Chairs to raise funds for the Roger Maris Cancer Center and represent others whose lives have been touched there.

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