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FACES OF SARCOMA

Read some special stories from some inspirational people and find out about their experiences with Sarcoma

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GET INVOLVED

Help us make research happen and change the future for sarcoma sufferers everywhere.

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$100,000 DONATION

Hannah's Chance Foundation donates $100,000 for medical research and clinical trial

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SIZE MATTERS FOR SARCOMA

Early detection is the Key

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SARCOMA SURF TAG TEAM

This year's event was the biggest and most successful yet with over 100 competitors

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Hannah's Chance Foundation is the passionate voice in the fight against sarcoma, an aggressive form of cancer that primarily affects young people between 12 & 25.

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We're fighting hard

To fund medical research into sarcoma: diagnosis, treatments, recovery.
To provide education, information and avenues for ongoing support to our Donors.
A compelling and credible cause connecting with teens, young adults and their families.
Born out of love and founded on a common bond to fight sarcoma.
To provide Sarcoma Patients and their family with comfort and support once diagnosed and during their journey.
Creating a community of supporters who are determined to raise awareness of sarcoma and funds for research and patient support.

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What is a Sarcoma?

Sarcoma is a cancer of the connective or supportive tissue, including bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, blood vessels, and soft tissue. More than one thousand people in Australia are diagnosed with sarcoma every year. Sarcomas are given a number of different names, based on the type of tissue from which they arise.

For example, osteosarcoma arises from bone, chondrosarcoma from cartilage, and leiomyosarcoma from smooth muscle. Synovial sarcomas affect soft tissue such as muscles and ligaments MORE →

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