Cancer Sucks: A Cancer Diagnosis Is Life Changing | Here's How You Can Help!

Posted by Jen Hershey on

Cancer Sucks

Cancer Sucks!!! We've all heard that expression. Almost all of us have some personal connection to someone who has or had cancer. It’s a terrifying word that no one wants to hear.

The day Mark Schlutker heard the word cancer; it changed his life and the lives of everyone around him. Mark was rushed to the emergency room on December 16th, 2018 for what was thought to be severe sinus issues. After further testing, it was discovered that Mark has stage 4 non-small cell adenocarcinoma in his left lung with brain metastases. Mark and his girlfriend Martie were told that he has 3-4 years to live.

Mark credits Martie for being his solid foundation through the storm. She handles all appointments and medicines and daily care for him. Imagine it being you, your husband, your boyfriend, your brother…

Imagine is what Mark Westfall, owner of Pull No Punches Apparel LLC, did. Westfall designed and produced the Cancer Sucks t-shirt line. Schlutker and Westfall formed a friendship and brotherhood over their love of motorcycles. Westfall just wanted to do something that would help his brother.

$5 from every shirt sold will be donated to the Schlutker family to help ease the burden of their ongoing expenses. Donations are also being accepted.


Buy yours today and look great and FEEL great about supporting a cause that touches all of us!


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  • Medium pink and Black

    Theresa Brill on
  • These are my kids. I love them both very much. I have been at this cancer sucks rodeo to many times before. God bless everyone who have blessed my kids with prayers, donations and just being good friends. Now as a mother I am deeply touched by this man who is being so generous, Mark Westfall who is willing to share with sales of these shirts. God bless you,sir. You now will also be a nmy prayers…..Dubby

    Terri Diclemente on
  • Pink and black pls

    Lisa Megargee on
  • Give me a large in women’s. Pink/ you have tanks?

    Maureen Baynard on

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