• My Blue Dot Pins - Standing With You

There are moments in life, when time stops and everything is affected from that moment forward.
That moment, for me, was when the blue dots were tattooed on my body to guide the path of the radiation
beams to kill the cancer. Because of this life altering experience, My Blue Dots was founded.

— Sue McCollum, Founder and Executive Director

We honor

cancer warriors and those who support them.

To Honor - Quynh-Thu Le MD, FACR, FASTRO

Dr. Quynh-Thu Le, Chair of the Radiation Oncology Department of Stanford University, is who we would like to honor. Dr Le brings to her patients not only deep knowledge of their cancer but also a kind, compassionate bedside manner. Her research is in the field of head and neck cancer and she and her team are making new discovering in the laboratory and clinic each day. We honor this remarkable doctor and thank her for her service.

Read her story...

We inform

others by highlighting new discoveries in cancer research.

We Inform - Everett Moding, MD, PhD

Everett Moding, MD, PhD recently joined the staff in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford University. Dr. Moding has a gentle and supportive presence with his patients in his clinical work. He is well liked by his patients as well as the staff. His research is innovative and is opening up new discoveries in the treatment of cancer and he is currently setting up his lab at Stanford.

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We give

to cancer research and cancer support programs.

Dr. Erinn Rankin

Imagine if we could improve patient outcomes by selectively eliminating the most aggressive cancer cells. Dr. Rankin and her team are working to develop novel therapies for advanced cancers. As a post-doctoral fellow, Dr. Rankin was part of the team that identified a link between the AXL signaling pathway and metastatic cancers including advanced breast, ovarian and kidney cancers.

Read her story...

Video Feature

The My Blue Dots Story

In each life there are moments when time stops. This is a story about one of those moments, the moment Sue McCollum, founder of My Blue Dots, was told she had breast cancer. At that moment Sue decided to transform this blue dot symbol of fear into one of hope, healing, and health. This video tells the story of My Blue Dots. We hope Sue's story will inspire you to be proud of your blue dots and share your blue dots story to encourage healing, hope and health.