Wheaton Moving: Helping Save Lives for 8 Years

Many of us are touched by some sort of cancer.Whether it is a loved one or ourselves, we have felt the pain and anguish of hearing those two horrible words…”it’s cancer.”

Seeing it now makes you cringe.

It’s staggering how many people are affected by this terrible disease. The most common form of cancer is breast cancer. Almost 30 percent of all female cancer cases in North America are due to this horrible disease.

It’s our time to stand up to this disease and end it. Indianapolis moving company, Wheaton Moving & Storage, has collaborated with The Komen Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center (KTB) in Indianapolis, IN to help find a cure.

For the past eight years, they have been providing storage for KTB’s equipment. Their Indianapolis movers have orchestrated moves locally and across the nation for their tissue collection clinics.

“One of the great things about the support we get from Wheaton/Wheaton is that we always feel like no matter where we go we bring a bit of home with us,” commented Jill Henry, COO of the Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center. “It is one thing when they move us from one building to another in Indianapolis, but it is absolutely phenomenal when that support extends across the country to places like Houston, Texas and Orange County, California.”

As this disease continues to exist, it is our job to do whatever we can to fight against it and stop it from damaging any more lives. Wheaton has used their moving and storage services to help find a cure…what can you do to help?Find out more about The Komen Tissue Bank at the IU Simon Cancer Center and their tissue collection clinics on their website. Call or visit Wheaton Moving & Storage’s website to learn more about their Indianapolis moving services.