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Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center

A cowboy’s fight against cancer

For nearly 16 years, LeRoy Turner has been raising funds through Cowboy Up Ride Against Cancer to help fight cancer...

Why I give: Richard Cossette

Kim Cossette had a passion for medicine and caring for others. In her 25 years as a pharmacist at Sanford...

Change In 24 shows cancer patients they aren’t alone

On Nov. 12, donors came together for Change In 24, a 24-hour online fundraiser to support Roger Maris patients. Together,...

‘I never thought in a million years that I’d get cancer’

Story by cancer survivor Pam McGee, the 2020 61 for 61 Honorary Chair I never thought in a million years...

Roger Maris donor: ‘Now it’s my turn’

Kirk Dean believed in giving back. Not only was he a business leader – having served as the regional president...

Roger Maris donor: ‘It matters what you do’

To Ina Lyon, it doesn’t matter what you have. It matters what you do. And Lyon does a lot, especially...

Sanford opens North Dakota’s first in-hospital hospice

On Feb. 5, the Sanford Fargo Hospice House — North Dakota’s first in-hospital hospice facility — officially opened its doors....
A Viking helps reimagine cancer care

A Minnesota Viking helps reimagine cancer care

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver, Adam Thielen, and his wife, Caitlin, recently committed $25,000 to the Reimagine campaign through Thielen Foundation,...
Maria and Gary Weinberger’

A long battle inspires a heartfelt gift

Even after fighting a near decade-long battle with cancer, Maria Weinberger’s giving spirit remained unbreakable, demonstrated by a very special...
Sandy Dunn

Cowboy Up to feature two-time cancer survivor Sandy Dunn

Expect to laugh, cry and feel uplifted at this year’s Cowboy Up Ride Against Cancer Nothing can stop Sandy Dunn...
Dr-Samuel-Anim

Why I give: Dr. Samuel Odame Anim

Dr. Samuel Odame Anim, a pediatric hematologist and oncologist at the Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo, believes that...

Why we give: Don and Sue Morton

For people like Don and Sue Morton, it's hard to imagine the Fargo region without Sanford Health. "Sanford has made...

Fighting cancer far from home: survivor conveys need for transplant center in Fargo

Imagine that you’re diagnosed with cancer and given an 8 percent chance of survival. You endure a vicious course of...

New campaign invites Fargo region to ‘Reimagine’ Roger Maris

The Sanford Health Foundation has launched a $15 million campaign to transform the future of Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center....

Sharing a bountiful harvest

Walking into the Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center for the first time, Tim and Marilyn Beyer didn’t know what to...