The promise of 1000 origami cranes.

The ancient Japanese tradition of senbazuru promises that a person who folds 1000 cranes will be granted a wish, such as long life or recovery from illness. Many times a family or group of people come together to accomplish this labor of love.

1000 Cranes of Hope contains the collective wishes of patients, caregivers, healthcare providers, and Takeda Oncology employees who stand together in the fight against cancer. To further demonstrate this commitment, Takeda Oncology will make a donation for every wish made on the site to one of several professional and charitable organizations.

By making your wish, you're adding hope—and support—to the progress we're making as a community united against cancer.

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I've found a site you might like called 1000 Cranes of Hope, where a community touched by cancer — loved ones, patients, friends, and healthcare professionals — can share their collective wishes in an interactive online monument. Click here to check it out. Please join me by adding your voice to a community united against cancer.

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