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Rein in Sarcoma Merchandise Now Available Online

Sunflower t-shirt

Mask and dino cape

Toddle Dino Cape

Did you miss buying that cute toddler cape and mask or sunflower t-shirt at the Party in the Park?

Have you seen our merchandise on the Rein in Sarcoma Facebook page, but live in another part of the country?

We're happy to announce you can now purchase Rein in Sarcoma t-shirts, capes and note cards through our online shop!

Look for the RIS Shop button at the top of our website and enjoy!

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Register Now! RIS Fall Fundraiser – Oct 11

2018 Fall Fundraiser
Rein in Sarcoma will host its third annual Fall Fundraiser  on Thursday, October 11, 2018. We hope you will join us in our mission to change the sarcoma story, by funding education, patient and family support, and sarcoma cancer research to increase awareness and increase survivors.

Time is running out to register for this fun and inspirational event. You must register by Wednesday, October 3.
 See event details.

Denis Clohisy, MD      Brenda Weigel, MD
Event Co-chairs

Register Now!

Unable to attend, but still want to contribute?


Volunteer Spotlight – Dynamic Mother-Daughter Duo

Rein in Sarcoma is very fortunate to have enthusiastic volunteers like Amy and Ruth Hoban.

Amy Hoban volunteers with the Patient and Family Support and the Marketing and Public Relations Committees. She’s now approaching one year out from her last radiation treatment and has had clear lung and abdomen scans quarterly.


Amy Hoban

Ruth and Amy

I was diagnosed with “resembling” myxofibrosarcoma in June 2017. Need brought me to Rein in Sarcoma and community and achievement keep me involved as a volunteer. After asking to be partnered with a sarcoma mentor through RIS’s website, I attended a meeting with the Patient and Family Support Committee out of curiosity, and immediately felt welcomed. People talked about their sarcoma connections and inquired about mine without prying. I felt I could be as private or public about my sarcoma story as I wanted.

Talking with other people was comforting and educational. I felt like I belonged. The RIS community feels good whether it’s celebrating or commiserating. I feel privileged to be a part of Rein in Sarcoma as it grows to the next level. Rein in Sarcoma is achieving better outcomes and better survival rates and I want to be a part of it.

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