Farewell 2018

As we bid farewell to 2018, I want to bestow a heartfelt thank you for your continued support of  our mission. You contributed to a year full of educating and empowering patients who in turn brought that knowledge into their communities and beyond.

I started Cervivor 13 years ago because no one was talking about cervical cancer and as a young woman of 25, I felt isolated and alone. Today, Cervivor is a trusted destination for cervical cancer and HPV advocacy, support, education and so much more.

Our programs connect survivors by letting them know they are not alone and when they are given the tools to become patient advocates, it opens up a world of possibilities.

We aid women from diagnosis through survivorship with compassion, and when needed, until end-of-life. We are empowered by a dual purpose: to eliminate cervical cancer and to serve those impacted by it. 

Cervivor is driven by a deep and personal understanding of cervical cancer. Our stories elevate our message and together these stories become a movement.

We count on support from caring donors like you who believe in our mission. There is still time to make a tax-deductible donation

We’re ready to bring in 2019 with Cervivor courage and conviction! Join us! 

Cyber Hugs, 

Tamika Felder
Chief Visionary 

It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of Erica Frazier Stum. Our thoughts and prayers are with Erica’s husband, JR, her son, Wylee, her parents, siblings, extended family, friends and of course, the cancer community. Erica was well known and deeply loved in our Cervivor Community. She attended her first Cervivor School in 2015. From there, she became a volunteer and helped to facilitate Cervivor Schools in Indiana, South Carolina, Kentucky, Florida and her last in Cape Cod, MA. She served as our Lead Cervivor Ambassador and mentored many in our community. She provided a shining example of how to advocate, despite dealing with incurable cancer. She shared her story in as many places as possible, including on her blog as well as the Cervivor blog; lobbied in Indiana and Washington, DC; authored a book with her son Wylee (Living Life with Mommy’s Cancer); and advocated for screening, prevention, and more treatment options for metastatic cervical cancer. Erica was recently awarded our first Legacy Award that was created in her honor and will now be renamed in her memory. Erica’s big heart and positive spirit will be sorely missed by all of us.

We will continue to work to #EndCervicalCancer and share her story. #WeAreCervivor