My Blue Dots Bell Ringing Ceremony

Gail Schauble, Dr. Dan Chang, Sue McCollum

A New Tradition at the Radiation Oncology at Stanford University

The Schauble Family Celebrating


Olivia Chen, Gail Schauble, Sue McCollum, Dan Chang, MD


Message from Sue McCollum It’s Over – We Celebrate When your radiation treatments are finally finished, it is a time of celebration for the patient, their […]

We give – Dr. Erinn Rankin

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 […]

We inform – Dr Everett Moding

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 […]

We honor Dr. Quynh-Thu Le

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 […]

Charity Golf Tournament

Thanks to all of the ladies that participated in this years Charity Golf Tournament to support My Blue Dots at the Sharon Height Golf and Country Club in Menlo Park, Ca.


Vineyard Vines

Thank you Vineyard Vines for supporting My Blue Dots and our fight against cancer.


Squash Out Cancer July 26-28, 2019

My Blue Dots applaud Lauren Koong and Zaid Ali for organizing this fun Squash Out Cancer tournament.

Revolutionary Cancer Research by Stanford Radiation Oncology & SLAC

Dr. Erinn Rankin and Dr. Bill Loo are pioneering the next generation of radiation oncology technology called PHASER. This new technology is a collaboration between the Stanford Radiation Oncology and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. PHASER is designed to provide ultra fast radiation therapy while reducing normal tissue toxicity, lowering unwanted side effects and increasing the […]

Cardinals vs. Huskies event

Kevin, Deepa, and Olivia

Stanford Athletics, Radiation Oncology, and My Blue Dots had a fun supporting the Stanford Cancer Radiation Oncology Department at the Cardinals vs Huskies basketball game at Stanford on March the 3rd!

We loved seeing your friends and family and appreciate your support in funding cancer research.

If you weren’t able to make but would […]

A world that is cancer free…

If I could ask for just one gift You know what that would be? My wish would be of hope and health And a world that is cancer free.

Vineyard Vines • Shop & Support a Cause

Vineyard Vines, at the Stanford Mall, hosted an event for My Blue Dots on Friday Oct. 26 from 4 to 6pm.


Health Matters

Sue McCollum attending Health Matters an all-day program sponsored by Stanford University Medical School.

Dr. Sarah Donaldson & Sue McCollum

Attending a Choral Musical Program Illuminating the Cancer Experience performed in the Atrium of Stanford Hospital.


Standing With You

“As a ten year breast cancer warrior, I wear my blue dots as an example of hope and healing for all who are battling this disease.”

Dr. Irving Weissman with Sue McCollum

Dr. Irving Weissman, hosted the Siebel Stem Cell Institute on the Stanford campus this year.


Dale Chihuly with Sue McCollum

Mixing Art with Science has always been the focus of My Blue Dots. The magnificent Chandelier Chihuly did for My Blue Dots at Stanford is just that and is a blessing to all who view it lifting their spirits during a difficult cancer time.


My Blue Dots Supports Cancer Research

Dr. Erinn Rankin, Ph.D, Assistant Professor Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford accepts a check from Amanda Koong who organized and skated in the My Blue Dots Skating event.

This check for $13,000.00 will be added to the My Blue Dots Fund at Stanford to support the research that Dr. Rankin and her staff […]

My Blue Dots goes to Africa

“Everyone we know is affected by cancer in some way or other. I am honored to wear my pin to show my support for all those affected by cancer. My wish is that, during my lifetime, we are able to find a cure.”


A Tribute to Dr. Koong

A ‘Good-bye’ Party was given on the lawn of the Medical Center at Stanford University to honor and to thank Dr. Albert Koong for his service at Stanford.


Dr. Albert Koongs last day at Stanford

With mixed feeling we send Dr. Koong off to the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.


Thank you for your support!

We thank you and appreciate your support of A Celebration of Champions Skating for a Cure that was organized by Amanda Koong.


A Celebration of Champions

Skating for a Cure 2017 - Koong Family

Champions Skating for a Cure 2017 was a great success and provided a most enjoyable and entertaining evening for those who were there.


Champions Skating for a Cure will feature Polina Edmunds

Champions Skating for a Cure will feature Polina Edmunds.


The Reserve Country Club

The Reserve Country Club in Indian Wells

Sue McCollum spoke to the workers at The Reserve Country Club in Indian Wells about My Blue Dots and our mission.

“We are all wearing ‘Standing With You’ pins to support a fellow worker who is going through a cancer challenge.”

Best Friends

Jackie McNulty and Greta - Best Friends

Jackie Anne McNulty, a sophomore at Stanford University, wearing her My Blue Dot pin as she stands with her best friend, Greta, as she goes through her cancer challenge.

They both grew up in Maryland and have been lifelong friends always standing together.


Look What You Did Event

My Blue Dots - Look What You Did Event

Celebrating the many people that supported the Campaign for Stanford Medicine in many areas of teaching, research, patient care and in building the new hospital that will open in 2018.


Stanford University Medical School Dr. Erinn Rankin’s Lab

Sue McCollum visited Dr. Rankin in her lab at the Stanford University School of Medicine.


Stanford University Camp Kesem Make the Magic

Sue McCollum with Skye Moody A Rainbow Camp Counselor

My Blue Dots supports, Make the Magic, the annual fundraiser for Camp Kesem at Stanford University.


Charity Golf Tournament Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club

Charity Golf Tournament Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club

We thank the ladies golfers at Sharon Heights for hosting this event to support cancer programs and cancer research.


Dr. Erinn Rankin, PhD Assistant Professor Stanford

Dr. Erinn Rankin, PhD Assistant Professor Stanford Medicine

My Blue Dots has supported the work of Dr. Rankin for three years with the My Blue Dots Fund.