JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.
Welcome to our team's page!
We are raising money for Cycle for Survival, the movement to beat rare cancers.
Our sister/daughter/friend battled and beat Hodgkin's Lymphoma in 2006, yet we lost her to fungal pneumonia because of her weakened immunity while battling her disease. She is now our angel. We miss her every day of our lives and try to keep her in our words, thoughts, and spirit with all that we do. Life with a missing piece to our heart can be dark at times, yet also eye opening and impactful in the way we want to live; we use her fierceness, her spunk, her incredible confidence and beauty to help guide our drive through this journey of life with vigor and joy! We live freer and more passionately because of her. We ride with heart for her and all those that have battled, who have lost the battle and for those that might have to battle in the future. Live the way that allows you to be free of what doesn't serve you and cherish all that does without hesitation. We love you sweet Tasha!
Will you help us surpass our fundraising goal?
Rare cancer research is underfunded, but we can change that. While we can’t all be doctors or researchers, we can raise the money that makes their lifesaving work possible. Cycle for Survival supporters have funded over one hundred clinical trials and studies, leading to new discoveries that are helping patients today.
But there is still more work to be done.
100% of every dollar you give funds pioneering research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center within six months of the events.
About 50% of all people diagnosed with cancer are battling a rare cancer. Too many people are touched by this disease, and yet many with rare cancers don’t have a proven, if any, treatment plan—that’s unacceptable.
Help us: Join our team or make a donation today. Your efforts will fight cancer and make a real impact.
Thank you in advance for your support! Together, we can bring new and better treatments to patients worldwide.
JOIN THE BATTLE. GIVE TODAY TO BEAT RARE CANCERS.
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