A Hackensack woman is raising awareness of rare hormonal cancer that suddenly takes the life of her best friend during the summer.
launch a website
NET Cancer Research Foundation
In the name of Snow.
As he shares the story of the profits, Pizzimenti hopes to raise awareness of NET cancer and maybe even save someone else's life.
In January 2017. All the test results were inconclusive and the doctors aroused their symptoms with gluten intolerances and food sensitivity.
According to the International Neuroendocrine Cancer Alliance, most NET cancers are diagnosed at a later stage when they have spread to other parts of the body. Then, it is rare to find a cure.
This was the case with snow.
"It was hard to keep track of him being so active," said Pizzimenti, "one who has problems walking in the hospital corridor."
Snow was a runner with a passion for travel. Pizzimenti was throwing a bare foundation in a bag and jumping into a foreign country asking for a plane's own interests.
He was the one who never stopped smiling – and the cancer remained positive and optimistic because it caused damage to his body.
. He never lost his hope, ud Pizzimenti said. Lat He smiled at everyone, and sometimes he had a bad day, but he always comforted his friends and family.
"I'm trying to move his name forward. I know you want that."
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