Jane Stevens Bailey from USA receives award for contribution to the development of virotherapy March 5, 2018

Our foundation is honored to give one more award for contribution to the development of virotherapy to our participant of expedition “Climb for Cancer” Jane Stevens Bailey. She received the award honouring her courage to take up the challenge to climb mountains in order to inspire and support other cancer patients all around the world.

We was happy to visit Jane at her home in Colorado Springs and hear that she was proud to be a part of #cancerclimb.

In 2016 she was diagnosed with ocular melanoma, a very deadly cancer with 28% chance of survival. Almost two years has passed, last year she was conquering mountains in Alps and for now she still everyday hikes, rides bike and swims. For her treatment she uses virotherapy and as she says, “it allows you to LIVE LIFE to the FULLEST, maintain courage, strength, & stamina, and enjoy the blessing of an overall HEALTHY BODY! “

We are proud of Jane, her genuine joy of life and good heart and we are thankful that she is a part of our community.

Jane with her daughter