Sarcoma Cancer is a rare disease, often misdiagnosed, often afflicting children and young adults.
The Karen Wyckoff Sarcoma Foundation is dedicated to Sarcoma Cancer research, support and education...and the fight to find a cure.

Welcome to Rein in Sarcoma

Though Sarcomas are rare, you are not alone in your battle against the disease. The Karen Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Foundation provides news, resources, and a way to connect to others with the disease. Since our inception in 2001, Rein In Sarcoma has had the opportunity to serve many individuals who, like you, have waged a personal war against this disease.

To learn more our mission, click on our video below.

For more background information about RIS, click here.

We thank you for the privilege of assisting you on your personal sarcoma journey.

  • Our Mission
  • Karen's Story
  • Contact Us
  • Patient and Family Support Programs
  • Coping with Cancer
  • Sarcoma Survivor Stories
  • Understanding Sarcoma Cancers
  • Local and National Resources
  • Sarcoma Patient Starter Notebook
  • For newly Diagnosed Sarcoma Patients
  • Understanding Sarcoma Cancers
  • Lumps & Bumps
  • Red Flags of Sarcoma Cancer
  • Educating the public and medical profession about the warning signs of sarcoma Cancers

 

  • Why support to Rein in Sarcoma?
  • Ways to Give
  • Named Tribute and Memorial Funds
  • Plan your own Fundraiser to Benefit Rein in Sarcoma

Planning 2015 Party in the Park is Underway!!

March 2015 Kick off MeetingAttend our Monday, June 8th "All Hands" Meeting!

Now is a good time for you to join the planning for the event! We need enthusiastic people with innovative ideas in order to produce a fresh and exciting event.  Join us for deserts and planning starting at 6:30 on June 8 11 at the Wyckoff's in Shoreview.  Shoreview. Party Chairperson Kevin O"Keefe always keeps things interesting and there are great chair people for each event committee.  All will be happy to welcome you to their committee.

KWRISF Awards $125,000 for 2015 Research & Education

The RIS Board authorized $125,000 at its January  Board meeting for 5 new sarcoma research projects through the U of M Masonic Cancer Center and three RIS Sarcoma Cancer Fellowships fot the 2015-2016 Academic year.  In addition the Board authorized 2015-2016 RIS Madulin Sarcoma Scholarship for both the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Medical Schools. These awards are the direct result of the broad and deep support that RIS received from so many of you in 2014.

A Hopeful Winter Gathering Inspires Many

Winter Gathering 2015 Scott Okuno and Denis ClohisyOver 90 sarcoma survivors and their loved ones gathered on Sunday, January 25 for an afternoon of hope and inspiration at the beautiful Bachman’s Garden Center in Minneapolis. Attendees were surrounded by bright and colorful flowers which were one of the many things that brought hope on this cold winter day.

Sarcoma doctors Scott Okuno, Professor of Oncology and Medical Oncologist at the Mayo Clinic and Dr. Denis Clohisy, Professor and Head of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Minnesota, spoke about current sarcoma treatments, Read more...

RIS Continues to Earn Charities Review Council “Meets All Standards” Seal

CRC  Meets Standards SealKaren Wyckoff Rein in Sarcoma Foundation recently went through the substantial renewal process review with the Charities Review Council, and we are glad to announce that Rein in Sarcoma meets all twenty-five of the Council’s Accountability Standards and has again been awarded the “Meets Standards” seal. Learn more...

Throw Down for Beanz 2014

Throw Down-Gaffney SC A Celebration of Good Food & Southern Hospitality

Recently the Baultrippe family hosted their annual Throw Down for Beanz celebration in memory of Julian Beanz Baultrippe who lost his battle with osteosarcoma in 2009 at the age of 21. Since his passing, the Baultrippe family has celebrated Julian’s birthday with an annual fundraiser, the Throw Down 4 Beanz to raise money for research and increase awareness of sarcoma cancers. Read more see the slide show...