Our Story

The Sorority of Hope Sisterhood

Small and Large Cell  Neuroendocrine Cervical Cancer

It started with a  simple idea

No other woman ever be alone in this diagnosis

The Small & Large Cell Sisterhood began with a young woman, Meredith Wright, who was diagnosed with Small Cell Cervical Cancer in 2005. Throughout her journey, she reached out to others via the internet. Even after her death, her legacy continued on as two women newly diagnosed with Small  Cell Cervical Cancer found her writings and connected. These women were inspired to start a website to find others diagnosed with Small or Large Cell Cervical cancer.  Through the connections made, a social media support group was started in 2010 which continues offering support to women with Neuroendocrine Cervical Cancer and their supporters. Within this group, modest fundraising efforts eventually blossomed into large scale, ongoing research for a cure to this disease.

This book was written in an effort to bring a voice and a face to the women diagnosed with SCCC/LCCC. Sharing the story of SOH, the women and their families brings hope and inspiration to a once little known, rare gynecological cancer.  All proceeds from the sale of this book are paid directly to the MD Anderson SCCC research fund. 

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Each year the SOH hosts and annual gathering in Las Vegas.  2018 will be our 8th year.  It's an opportunity to connect with sisters and their loved ones, from across the globe, sharing a hug and celebrating life.  It is truly a magical gift.  Please check out our YouTube channel to see more videos about prior annual gatherings and SCCC/LCCC