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"I Kicked Cancer's As**"

Tees are made of a super soft tri-blend jersey.

Heavyweight fleece is a ringspun pre-shrunk fleece, 80% cotton / 20% polyester

Available in sizes S to 2XL (women's) and S to 3XL (men's) (see size charts). 

Fleece is $40.00

*All stylle sizes 2XL and 3XL are an additional $3.00.



Sweet Tea Stitches will donate $3 from the sale of each shirt to AIM to assist with research efforts to find a cure for this life altering disease. 


"I Kicked Cancer's A**" (Warrior Story Below)

  • Warrior Story:


    Warrior Story:

    I was at my 6 week follow up at the OB after having my daughter Ella in early 2012. The OB didn't like the look of a mole I had on my right shin and sent me to the dermatologist. The dermatologist didn't seem concerned but still did a biopsy and sent me along with a card to go online and check my results in 2 weeks. She said "if you don't hear from us no news is good news " I never heard anything and was blissfully unaware of skin cancer and had none of the knowledge I have now and never checked the results online. Later that same year I was pregnant with my 3rd child and the same mole started to change, though research I knew I had melanoma. I returned to the same dermatologist I'd seen previously and she said "it wasn't anything last time but I'll biopsy it again"....it came back as melanoma. I ended up seeing a surgical oncologist at John's Hopkins. She said I was stage 1 and would need a wide local excision, sentinel lymph node biopsy and skin graft to repair the excision. I would also have to wait to be in my 2nd trimester before the procedure could be performed. I had the surgery in January of 2013, the baby and I came through just fine. I was told I was n.e.d. and only had a 10% chance of a recurrence . I changed dermatologist and had skin checks every 3 months and followed up with the surgical oncologist every six months. At my oncologist appointment in February 2015 I pointed out a small hard bump under my skin just outside of my original scar. She immediately performed a punch biopsy in the exam room, which was full of students observing. This visit was 2 years out from my surgery, I was within days of being n.e.d. for 2 years and 3 days away from my birthday. I found out the next day my melanoma was back. I was crushed. In early March I had a pet scan that came back clear followed by another excision and sentinel lymph node biopsy on March 13th. I was again given the all clear-n.e.d.! I am approaching my 5 year n.e.d. cancerversary on March 13, 2020!


    Jennie Samuel



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