Support Volunteer Jo Ellen

It’s not hype: Cancer Hope Network’s nearly 500 amazing Support Volunteers are incredible people with incredible stories. Last week, we trained an exceptional group of new volunteers – including some with rare diagnoses as well as with one-in-a-million cancer discovery stories. 

One of our new mentors was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, so uncommon that the hospital most expert in her diagnosis was several states away. She enrolled in a clinical trial that saved her life. Another new volunteer suffers from osteoporosis which, in a twist of fate, led to the discovery of her cancer while preparing for a regularly scheduled infusion. We also have a Support Volunteer whose diagnosis came as a shock because there were no symptoms leading up to the discovery. Close to our hearts, we had the honor of accepting a new mentor who came to us after the passing of a loved one – longtime CHN Support Volunteer Bill W. 

Jo Ellen – Soft Tissue Sarcoma 

Linda – Multiple Myeloma 

Michael – Bladder 

Trish – Breast 

The group joins our team of nearly 500 survivor and caregiver Support Volunteers already providing individualized peer support for cancer patients and the people who love them. To connect with these, or one of our other volunteers, please call our Programs Team at 877-HOPENET (877.467.3638) or visit

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