Our daughter, sister, wife and friend Charlotte Cambridge Webb was diagnosed with cancer on November 12th, 2014. She had a blockage in her salivary duct that a biopsy revealed as Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma. The tumor was removed at Stanford which also required a skin graft. This cancer is extremely rare and will need monitoring every 2-3 months by CT scans/MRIs, most likely for the rest of her life. Its ability to travel through nerves provides it the possibility to metastasis in other areas of the body.
Charlotte is a full time student and hopes to be able to continue throughout raditaion. She worked at Cafe Cruz Rosticceria up until her diagnosis and has been unable to continue working.
Charlotte is 30 years old and has been with her husband, Jordan, since they where 12 years old, and married for the past six years. She has spent much of her time at Stanford since the diagnosis including a week long stay after her surgery. She begins radiation in February and will be making daily trips for six weeks to Stanford for the treatment. We hope you will join us in supporting Charlotte!