Hear from the patients that the T.J. Martell Foundation has had the honor to help. We love each and every one of our patients.
Since 1975, we have helped thousands of patients across the country get excellent treatment from top cancer specialists. Here are just a few of the lives we have been honored to support.
When my 8-year-old with autism was diagnosed with cancer, it was overwhelming.
It was quite a shock being diagnosed with cancer at 27, and I felt like I’d been thrown into completely uncharted waters.
was diagnosed with breast cancer in June of 2013 and my doctors recommended an aggressive course of chemo, surgery and radiation.
Mechalle Myers, who works for the Country Music Association in Nashville, was diagnosed with breast cancer in May of 2016.
I've been told that everything happens for a reason and my journey to the T.J. Martell Foundation is one that starts a long time ago.
My husband and I had made plans to take a trip to see Locash Cowboys a month or so before to go to Country on the Beach, since we had just seen them at the county fair. We needed a break I thought and this was perfect, little did I know how perfect.
When you're first told that you have cancer it floors you, inundates every part of your mental process, making it all but impossible to think about anything else.