Let's Fund a
2nd Grant in
Let's fund 2 grants!
In 2013
$57,500 For
First Grant!

“Our mission is to fight cancer through
research, education and inspiration.
Attitude is everything; join us.”

Bite Me Cancer Teens Support


Did you know that thyroid cancer is one of the fastest growing cancer in the country? Do you do a neck check? Do you know the symptoms of thyroid cancer? Do you know how many kinds of thyroid cancer there are? Click here for more information.

2014 GOALS

Thyroid Cancer Research: For 2014, we are continuing to raise funds for a second research grant; and our goal is to raise $60,000 this year. With predictions of thyroid cancer patients continuing to increase (almost 63,000 predicted to be diagnosed in 2014), we need to continue to increase our research fundraising goals to deal with this challenging type of cancer.

Supporting and Inspiring Teenagers Dealing with All Cancers: Our goal for 2014 is to ship out another 400 Teen Support Bags to those teenagers battling all kinds of cancer, after we distributed 200 Teen Support Bags in 2013. Our goal is to expand our network of hospitals and organizations who serve teenagers with cancer to 30 partners in 2014 from 19 in 2013. As even more hospitals/organizations request and distribute our bags, we need more funds to reach more teen cancer patients in 2014.


Join us in spreading the word that thyroid cancer is NOT the "good cancer." Nikki produced this video made up of herself and other thyroid cancer survivors sharing their challenges. Please help us fight against thyroid cancer and the incorrect assumption that it's the "good cancer." Share this video with all your connections!


Special items with "The only good cancer is NO cancer" is now available here.

Purchase “BITE ME CANCER” products to show some attitude while raising funds to fight cancer! See all of the products at our CafePress Store. Visit Bite Me Cancer's Online Store

Support for Thyroid Cancer
Nikki Ferraro
I was diagnosed with Medullary Thyroid Cancer on April 6, 2010, after a fine needle biopsy.
Here is my story