Now it’s our turn to help them.

Most of us do not understand the true value of our freedom. We asked our military and veterans to defend our freedom and liberty, even if it means risking their own lives. By doing this a moral obligation is set upon ourselves to care for them in their time of need. Now it’s our turn to help them.

For active military and veterans struggling with cancer, just making it through the day can be an accomplishment. In addition to health challenges, cancer can also have a devastating financial and emotional effect on these military members, veterans, and their families.

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