FORT WORTH, Texas, August 23, 2021 /3BL Media/ — In the fifth year of its collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer® (SU2C), American Airlines is launching a monthlong fundraising initiative to support SU2C’s effort to make every cancer patient a long-term survivor. When American Airlines AAdvantage® members in the United States donate $25 or more on StandUpToCancer.org/aa, they will receive 25 AAdvantage miles per dollar donated.
The cancer experience can be highly emotional. However, prioritizing self-care may help cancer patients cope throughout their journeys. During National Wellness Month, check out these tips to make self-care a priority both during and after treatment.
Hailey’s legacy inspires funding to support kids undergoing treatment in Maine
When Hailey started fundraising to help kids like her—kids with cancer—pipeliners were among her earliest supporters.
Her dad was a pipeliner, and when her story spread among his colleagues, oil industry employees gave the little girl spare change and donations to help her raise funds to ease the financial burden of families with a child diagnosed with cancer.
“It was amazing to see them trying to help her,” Hailey’s mom Tabaitha Steward remembers. “Hailey was raised around pipeliners. They loved her; they were her family.”
Though National Cancer Prevention Month has come to an end, Alkermes will not stop working to uncover potential new cancer immunotherapies. Share these tips that may help reduce the risk of cancer and help spread awareness.
In honor of Black History Month, we celebrate Black medical pioneers who have helped to improve the health of millions and pay tribute to a few of these trailblazers in the oncology field and cancer research.
Meet Lauren Sneider, Associate Director of Corporate Communications. Lauren shares how her experience with cancer makes her proud to work for a company that is continually researching potential new oncology treatment options.