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.

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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 on Monday, July 24th at Como Park for the 2017 Party in the Park - a fun, family-friendly fundraising event, open to the public. Register now and save $5 (until July 17th). We are still looking for volunteers and silent auction items.. For more information: Party in the Park, and for sarcoma patients/survivors, close loved ones and those who have lost someone to sarcoma, register for the Sarcoma Family Picnic which precedes the Party.

Calling All Golfers!

RIS will hold it's first annual Chairty Golf Challenge on Friday, August 25 at the beautiful Deer Run Golf Club in Victoria, MN. Get your team together for a day of awesome golf and further the RIS mission: educating the public and medical community about sarcomas, supporting sarcoma patients and their loved ones, and funding research directed toward developing new treatments and finding a cure for sarcoma cancers. Tournament and registration details.

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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