In the following article, published by the Greenwich Sentinel on March 19, Marna Davis shares the story of the Fibrolamellar Cancer Foundation. In it, she outlines her son Tucker’s experience with fibrolamellar carcinoma, explains the history and mission of the foundation, and expresses her optimism about the progress that is being made against the disease. “We have two clinical trials that have just started, this year, during a pandemic,” said Marna. “We have so many research papers written in top tier medical journals from the last ten years. We insist on collaboration, because collaboration speeds results. We are kind of like the mouse that roared: we put fibrolamellar on the medical map.”
The full article can be read on page 12 of the Greenwich Sentinel or in the embedded pdf below.