3 May 2018
We are excited to announce the Fourth Annual TLR Memorial Golf Tournament. You are invited to Register, Sponsor, and Donate. We need your help to make the 2018 tournament another huge success! Thank you for your participation!
22 Apr 2016
Time is a funny thing. It has the ability to give you completely opposite feelings…at the same time. As the old saying goes, “the days crawl but the years fly”. Today is Travis’ birthday. He should have been 41. Three years ago today he didn’t even know what he had. Just that something was wrong. Three years. And yet it seems like a lifetime ago. Three years ago today there was an intimate party at our house to celebrate his 38th birthday. The biopsies had been done. The blood had been drawn. The tests were being run. We were just […]
8 Mar 2016
Click here to register for the Travis Lee Roberts Memorial Golf Tournament. Last year’s tournament sold out so don’t wait to register! Below the Invitation you will find out how you helped make a difference in 2015. Let’s make 2016 even bigger! Register The Press Release and The Webster Family Story are two examples of how your contributions to Cancer Kicks made a difference in 2015! Cancer Kicks Press Release and The Webster Family Story!
29 Feb 2016
Atlanta, GA – Cancer Kicks announced making a $33,750 grant to The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center to help elucidate the potential role for Pembrolizumab, a novel immunotherapy drug, in fighting cholangiocarcinoma. The pharmaceutical company Merck will fund the clinical trial, but Cancer Kicks’ grant will go specifically to help cover the costs of the scientific research at M.D. Anderson that will lay the necessary groundwork before the clinical study is launched. Dr. Rachna Shroff, one of M.D. Anderson’s cholangiocarcinoma specialists, will be leading the clinical trial. She praised Cancer Kicks for its special gift. “It is a […]
23 Feb 2016
Hello, My name is Teresa Webster, and I want to share my personal story dealing with Cholangiocarcinoma and how Cancer Kicks helped my family during a very dark and difficult time. I met Carrie Roberts Poppe (one of the founders of Cancer Kicks) through a secret group on Facebook. We called our group CC Wives. It consisted of 7 wives (all now widows) whose husbands had been diagnosed with stage 4 Cholangiocarcinoma, a cancer rarely survived. This Facebook group is how we all came together, and it quickly turned into a sisterhood. Having the support of the CC Wives gave […]