• 11/19/10 Worcester, MA) In this photo Corrie walks outside the UMass Medical builiding where she currently put her PHD graduation on hold to battle her cancer treatments. "They won't even have memories of their Mother" was Corrie Painter's first thought when she was diagnosed with an incredibly rare Cancer called Angiosarcoma. The dismall prognosis is a 5 year survival rate of 30%. Very little has been researched including ways to treat this orphen disease. As a researcher trained in biomedical science Corrie refused to let Doctors define this disease for her. In the past year and a half since Corrie's diagnosis her unwavering efforts have helped to raise awareness, money and general interest in the scientific community in a number of different labs. As VP of Angiosarcoma Awareness Corrie has helped design the research project at Sloan Kettering which is leading researchers closer to designing targeted therapies including the first ever clinical trial starting in January 2012. Corrie currently shows no evidence of disease and goes for CT scans every 6 months. "Everyday I get to spend with them is toward that end, toward them knowing who I am." (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (02/04/1 New York City, NY) Corrie presents her current research and ideas to Dr. Gary K. Schwartz MD, Chief of Melanoma and Sarcoma Service at Sloan Kettering during their monthly meeting with the Angiosarcoma research team headed by Cristina Antonescu's lab at Sloan Kettering(Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (02/04/1 New York City, NY) Corrie Painter with friend and fellow Angiosarcoma Awareness member meet with the Angiosarcoma research team headed by Cristina Antonescu's lab at Sloan Kettering. Lauren is in pain after having a stent put in her chest earlier that morning to help with her cancer treatments.(Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (10/18/10 Boston, MA ) Dana Farber, Corrie Painter and her husband Ted spend the day at Dana Farber. Due to a consistent pain in her right chest, lung and heart. Corrie gets a CT Scan to determine if any new tumors have developed. The results were clear of any tumors however the Dr. addressed a grey spot on her liver which had also been in a previous CT scan. Corrie will go back to get a Liver and Right Brest MRI next week. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (100611 Milton,MA) Corrie Painter speaks to me in my kitchen about her life and Angiosarcoma. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (110811 Collegeville,PA ) Corrie and Les get a special tour of a Lab at Glaxo Smith Klein after being on a panel for a webinar broadcast of a Patient perspective meeting about soft Tissue Sarcoma with Dr. Demetri of Dana Farber, his patients, Les Anderhub and Corrie Painter, GSK employee, Jennie DiLemmo and Matt Alsante of the Sarcoma Foundation of America Corrie is overjoyed with excitement to be in such a lab. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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  • (101011 Oxford,MA) Corrie Painter in her backyard with her daughters Charlie, 5 Maddie, 3 and stepson Rob, 16. (Photo by Faith NInivaggi)
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