Fangzhou was diagnosed with synovial sarcoma in 2016. In May 2019, the CT scan showed that she had a recurrence. The doctor in Kentucky recommended radical amputation. As a result, her and her family went to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York for a second opinion and stayed there for the surgery to keep her leg. Her family members needed a place to stay and Fangzhou and her husband are both students without an income. They couldn’t afford such a big expense. Thanks to Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundations housing program, they were able to get help with accommodation in their difficult time and get through their cancer journey with less stress.