Friends forever

Clinical trials coordinator Alexandria Green falls in love with all her patients. But she's formed a very strong bond with one in particular.

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Husband, wife face respective cancer diagnoses together

a husband and wife, dual cancer survivors, share a laugh

Kerry Hardy was given two years to live after a lung cancer diagnosis in 2015. With his wife Beth as his caregiver and advocate and good results from cutting-edge clinical trials at Hollings, Kerry has hit the seven-year mark. The tables turned in 2020 when Beth learned she had breast cancer.

“Laughter is what gets you through it,” Beth said. “So, we've learned not to take ourselves very seriously at all. It's faith, family, laughter and hope.”

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It’s not as scary knowing you have cancer as not knowing because you didn’t get screened.

Aleasa Barry, breast cancer survivor

Aleasa's story
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A record-breaking number of participants at LOWVELO22 enjoyed a day filled with sunshine, laughter, live music and of course lots of biking for a great cause! The routes included a swing past Hollings Cancer Center, sunrise over the Ravenel Bridge and beautiful views throughout Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms.


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