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20th Anniversary

20 Years – A Letter to Max

Each year on October 19th, Max’s Day, we honor Maximiliano “Max” Rivarola and his legacy of lifesaving support for cancer survivors through the work of The Max Foundation. This year, on Max’s Day at The Max Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Celebration, I wrote a letter to Max, reflecting on what his legacy has meant for patients, advocates, caregivers, and partners around the world.  I now wish to share it with all of you, our global community of supporters who do so much to help people face cancer with dignity and hope. Seattle, October 19th, 2017 Dear 17-year-old Max, When cancer took you away from...

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20 Years of Gratitude

This Thanksgiving holiday, we are grateful for 20 years of support from our global community. Thanks to each and every one of you for all you have done to bring dignity and hope to people facing cancer around the world. Click through our photo gallery to see some of our favorite moments of the year so far. Happy Thanksgiving!...

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Access to Treatment is Access to Life: A Message From Princess Dina

As part of our 20th Anniversary Celebration on October 19th, The Max Foundation was honored to have Princess Dina, President-elect of the Union of International Cancer Control, reflect on our global efforts over the last two decades. We share her letter here with gratitude and humility. “Lack of access to treatment” is a five-word sentence that is bandied about a lot in the global advocacy world. The academic-style labeling of the term at times numbs us from the real horror on the ground from what “lack of access to treatment” actually looks like. Not The Max Foundation. The Max Foundation understood that when a...

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Ribbons Around the World

  [vc_video link='https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkVqVfbxwjg&feature=youtu.be'] For me, one of the most rewarding things about being part of The Max Foundation team is being connected to a global network of colleagues, partners, advocates, patients, and caregivers united by a shared desire to ensure that people facing a cancer diagnosis live with dignity and hope. This desire is the common thread that ties all of us together, and it knows no cultural, economic or geographical boundaries. As many of you know, 2017 is an important year for us at The Max Foundation, as it marks our 20th year as an organization. More importantly, it marks 20 years of partnering with dozens of bold,...

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