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Walking with Strength, Courage and Hope for the Cure to Rare Sarcoma Cancers
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Wendy Walk Miami 2013
Over 700 people came out in Miami to participate in the 4th Annual Wendy Walk. It was such a success and a great way to start out Wendy Walk’s 2013 season! [fbphotos id=518250024887694]
As a lawyer, Wendy brought her heart to her profession by dedicating herself to divorce mediation, insistent that just because a couple divorces they don’t need to be enemies and create a hostile environment for themselves and their children. Wendy’s children have followed her example—bringing their hearts and their incredible love for their mom—to focus on the fight to help cure liposarcoma. Like all advocates, they are passionate—and their commitment to this cause continues. Read More at GoodHousekeeping.com
Wendy Landes, the symbol for the annual Wendy Walk that raises funds for liposarcoma, passed away this March. “She was an incredible human being,” said Alex Norton, a member of the Wendy Walk executive board. “She lived life to the fullest and never pitied herself.” Read More
The fourth annual Wendy Walk Miami 5K, to raise funds for liposarcoma cancer research, will go on as planned on April 14, at 10:30 a.m. at Palm Island Park in Miami Beach. The event was created by family members of Los Angeles resident Wendy Landes, 58, who suffered from the rare and currently incurable cancer. Wendy passed away March 14 after bravely fighting the disease since 2008. Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/03/26/3307561/beach-buzz-wendy-walk-to-fund.html#storylink=cpy
Liposarcoma Stories: Kim Cave
I had started Hormone therapy in January 2010. In February I noticed that I was gaining weight and bloating in the abdominal area. I took it as a side effect of the hormones. Finally in May I called my gynecologist. He said to stop taking the hormones for a month to see if I get better. By June it had not gotten any better so I called my family doctor. He sent me for an ultrasound of the abdomen. The results were that I had abdominal gas and they couldn’t see anything. Told me to take Gas-X and they were[...]
Wendy Walk LA Cocktail Night
Thanks to everyone who attended. [fbphotos id=499360480109982]
Wendy Walk NYC Cocktail Night
Over 500 New Yorkers gathered at Bounce 21 to help find a cure for Liposarcoma. The night was a success and raised over $20,000 for Liposarcoma research. [fbphotos id=484966321549398]
Wendy Walk LA Spin
Spinning for a cure! #Liposarcoma #fitnessishealth #wendywalk #LA [fbphotos id=462347650477932]
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority Hosts Wendy Walk Miami Kick-off Event
Liposarcoma Stories: Diane Walter
How are you affected by Liposarcoma? My mother was diagnosed with Liposarcoma 11 years ago and has had 3 reoccurances since. How did the Wendy Walk make you feel? I participated in the New York City walk. It was a great day that helped to bring awareness to a very rare form of cancer that is often overlooked. It was an amazing feeling to know that I was walking for a cause and giving towards finding a cure. Submitted by Jessica Pienik, daughter of Diane