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Past Honorees

2019 Pier Bruno

2018 Hero of Hope: NYS Trooper, Michael Anson

2018 Rising Star: Peter Gannon

2017 Hero of Hope: John Villa

2017 Rising Star: Rob Bellizzi

2016 Hero of Hope: Officer Nick Colaneri

Planned by the American Cancer Society’s Associate Board of Ambassadors

Aaron Hahn
Andrew Figliozzi
Ashley Brown
Aubrey Curran
Brin Daley-Keyser
Caitlyn Hitchcock
Carrie Hagan
Chris Onorato

Courtney Harrington
Jacqueline Merchant
Jessica Berkowitz
Kasey Wichelns
Kate Bender
Katie Cole
Katie Zalewski
Kelly Richards

Kerstin Jakiela
Kress Wetzel
Lizzie Schlegel
Malcom Austin
Meaghan Feenan
Melissa Haims
Melissa Lomaestro
Mercedes Arrillaga

Nicholas Strizzi
Nicole Codi
Pat Dunleavy
Ryan Phillips
Spencer Bassette
Steve Rosemarino
Vanessa Salamy
Zak Fluster

“Never underestimate the grit a kid develops after watching his mom battle stage 4 cancer. I let him see me sick. I let him see me weak. I let him see me shave my head. I let him see me at my worst. And then I let him see me get back up. Both my sons are being raised to understand that bad things happen, that we don’t always have control of outcome, that situations don’t always end in our favor. ...but we always have control of perspective. I never hid the cancer from him. We talked about it then and we still do. I let him know some days I struggle. But every time I get back up, it’s a reminder that he too is a fighter, that he too is meant to rise. To me, that grit, is a hell of a gift to give him. 🤍I think it’s worth noting, that if you know my son, you’ll see he wear a survivor’s bracelet on his right arm- always- as a reminder that like his mama, he too is a fighter. His dad wears the same bracelet. How can I not be grateful that I get to be his mom? How can I not be grateful to see him live out that grit? Tag a #survivorsister Always rooting for you!!!” -Katy

If you were just diagnosed or need someone to talk to, our cancer helpline is here for you 24/7/365. 1-800-227-2345.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a serious impact on many people, including cancer patients, their families, and caregivers. As vaccines become available to help protect against COVID-19, we’re here to help you find answers to questions you might have about them.
“I felt peace because I had a plan, I was nervous and anxious, but not as much as I had been before. I wasn’t familiar with chemo or radiation, but at least I had a plan.”

Learn more about how Coral persevered through her cancer journey:
2021 Cancer Facts & Figures are here and they show a record drop in cancer mortality rates for the second year in a row! Click the link in bio to read more. #attackingcancer #acs
Did you know there are several world-renowned scientists on your American Cancer Society staff? Together, they are conducting lifesaving cancer research. Every day. Learn more:
Quitting nicotine, at any age, increases your lifespan. If quitting is one of your 2021 resolutions, let us help you make a plan and stick with it:

We’re right behind you 💪
“Chemo #4! I'll be honest, I'm starting to feel a little worn down now that I'm halfway through. At the end of round 3 I was able to enjoy a much-needed long weekend camping trip, but then reality hit me right back in the face. I'm trying to keep up the positive attitude but I appreciate your continued support these days. This is my very first marathon and I'm now officially on the second half 😊” -Daniele

Ongoing support for cancer patients and caregivers is at risk because of the pandemic. Your #AmericanCancerSociety is here to help. Get the information you need by visiting
Stay updated with the latest information on Covid-19 and cancer:
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. The most important risk factor for developing cervical cancer is infection with human papillomavirus (HPV). The American Cancer Society recommends the primary HPV test as the preferred test for cervical cancer screening for people 25-65 years of age. 
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