The American Cancer Society’s Carthage Relay for Life raised $51,726.92, less than the goal of $60,000 set by the committee, but a reason to celebrate nonetheless. Among the various speakers at last month’s announcement was Sherrie Moore, a mesothelioma survivor, who spoke how the American Cancer Society had funded research to develop and market the drug responsible for saving her life by forcing her deadly stage 4 mesothelioma into remission. Moore is the first person ever to go from stage 4 mesothelioma into remission and has survived for three years to date, more than twice the 1.4 year average survival rate.
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Mesothelioma Survivor Speaks at Carthage Relay For Life
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