It is hard to express what you feel when you are diagnosed with cancer. The feeling is of hopelessness and great emptiness. But it must be even harder when you do not have the necessary means to face this evil, because the treatments are so expensive, almost unaffordable.
And I ask myself: What would happen to these people if there was no “League Against Cancer”? What expectations of surviving would they have if the “League” would not help them and assume all these enormous expenses?
The work of the “League Against Cancer” is commendable. I did not have to use their services, but I know hundreds of cases that have been able to survive because the “League” made the latest and most sophisticated treatments available to them.
This is why I ask you, in the name of all those patients that have survived thanks to the work of the “League,” to cooperate. There is no small donation, they are all big. Cancer will not wait. We need to act.