Sarcoma cancer

What are the different types of Sarcoma Cancer? Who is at risk? Why is it frequently misdiagnosed? What are the treatments?

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The Foundation serves as a major means of support for sarcoma patients survivors and those who have lost a loved one to sarcoma.


Latest News and Events

Rein in Sarcoma has many events throughout the year in order to reach our mission. Join us for an upcoming event!

Latest News and Events

Join us for the 2017 Party in the Park Kick-off Meeting

All who are interested in volunteering are encouraged to attend the 2017 Party in the Park Kick off meeting and celebration, Tuesday, March 14. For the first time ever, we are holding this meeting at Summit Brewing Company in St. Paul. The Signature Cafe food truck will be available from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., along with a free beer or root beer. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. We've added a brewery tour at 6:00 p.m. - so be sure to sign up for a fun and productive evening!

First Annual RIS Broomball Tournament - March 22, 2017

Recruit your broomball team now to participate in a brand new fundraising event for RIS, or sign up as an individual. Learn all about the First Annual RIS Broomball Tournament which is being organized by our Sarcoma Scholars. Not a broomball player - then donate to RIS in support of your favorite team/individual and/or volunteer to help make the event a great success!
Hope to see you on March 22nd!

What is Sarcoma?

What is Rein in Sarcoma?

How can I help?

You can volunteer for the Party in the Park, or sign up as a year round volunteer on one of the committees that run the organization. Alternatively, a donation to RIS can go a long way towards research and support for Sarcoma patients, and would be greatly appreciated!

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Sarcoma Stories

In Sarcoma Stories you will find firsthand accounts written by sarcoma patients and survivors. You also will find stories honoring those we have lost to sarcoma cancer as a memorial to our love for them and a tribute to their continued impact on our lives.

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Featured Sarcoma Story: Lisa Griebel