There are moments in life, when time stops and everything is affected from that moment forward.
We support and encourage those going through their cancer experience with our books, Moving On, before and after cancer and The Blue Dots, a children’s book. We gift blue dot pins as a badge of courage to those who complete their treatments at Stanford University Medical School and also offer pins, on our website, to those who are Standing With You as you go through this challenging time.
In addition to telling our story, we aim to sprinkle the world with blue dot items as a symbol of hope and a vision of a world free of cancer. The blue dots are tattoos that are placed on your body before your radiation treatments to mark where the radiation beams should go.
We are currently supporting the cancer research being done in metastatic disease by Dr. Erinn Rankin PhD, Assistant Professor at the Stanford University Medical Center as well as working with and supporting cancer programs at the Stanford University Medical Center, St. Luke’s Wood River Hospital, Camp Kesem at Stanford University, and stem cell research at Stanford University.
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.