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#EthensFight

#EthensFight

Ethen was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma in April of last year at 18 months old. In the past 10 months, he has endured many rounds of chemo, a major tumor resection surgery, 1 bone marrow transplant, radiation, and 2 rounds of antibody treatment. That’s a lot on this little body. Ethen is currently at home after a very scary start to the new year. We are so happy to see his silly smiles and hear that he is catching up on lots of snuggles with his brother and sister. Ethen’s mom shared this feeling on Valentines day… “Overwhelmed with...

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Custom Breast Cancer Walk Team Shirts

Custom Breast Cancer Walk Team Shirts

Community is everything.  Thank you RSM Charlotte office for honoring past and present breast cancer warriors at the Komen Charlotte Race for the Cure.  The RSM team supported their community by wearing custom Cancer Messed With the Wrong Accountant shirts.   Cancer Messed With shirts can be ordered in bulk and have been used as a fundraising tool for several cancer charities, hospital uniforms, group race shirts and more. Contact us to talk more about custom orders.

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Cancer Messed With As Uniform Shirts

Cancer Messed With As Uniform Shirts

Cancer patients are the No. 1 recipients of blood products according to Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC), so they are bringing a convenient location to those in South Charlotte and South Carolina by opening their 6th location. And what’s extra special about this center is that CBCC named it in honor of a local cancer fighter who lost her fight to neuroblastoma in 2012… Community Blood Center of the Carolinas Isabella Santos Center. The new center chose #CancerMessedWith custom shirts as part of their uniform to make a statement to every donor that walks through the door. Say hello...

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Cancer Messed With The Wrong Senior

Cancer Messed With The Wrong Senior

Senior. Softball player. SURVIVOR! Mattie was diagnosed 11 years ago in 1st grade with ALL (acute lymphocytic leukemia) and received treatment at Hemby Children’s Hospital. She was homebound for almost 2 years returning to school in 3rd grade. In 5th grade Mattie started showing a strong interest to play softball, but was on the small side as she was still regaining muscle mass. The last several years Mattie has worked extremely hard to catch up to kids who played for years before her. Batting lessons. Catching lessons. Fighting through pain and broken bones. Cancer didn’t hold her down… Mattie made...

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