As a sarcoma survivor, Ben Cook-Feltz generously thought of Rein in Sarcoma as a proceeds recipient for his album release party and holiday show on December 12 at the Icehouse in Minneapolis. In November of 1986, six-year-old Ben was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma. After nearly two years of treatment for his aggressive sarcoma, Ben went through chemotherapy with surgery to remove his nose. Ben has worn a prosthesis ever since. He was declared cancer-free (NED) in March of 1990.


We are grateful to everyone who was able to share in this wonderful event!

We hope you had fun and are inspired by the hope our speakers shared with us.

Thanks to you, Rein in Sarcoma was able to meet our event fundraising goal!

Through our combined efforts, we bring hope through early diagnosis and by funding sarcoma research, leading to new treatments and cures. You matter. Your generosity helps patients and families impacted by sarcoma.

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