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Alysia Reiner


Participation Type:  Extreme Rider
Years Participated: Fifth Year

Location:   New York, NY: Equinox Flatiron
Date:  Saturday, November 9, 2019
Time:  8am—12pm

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$12,000
Fundraising Goal
15535
Fundraising Honor Roll

JOIN THE BATTLE. GIVE TO BEAT RARE CANCERS.

I’m riding in Cycle for Survival’s All Extreme Ride for four hours straight. Yes, you read that right, I WILL RIDE FOR 4 HOURS STRAIGHT! Why would any sane person do that, you ask? Because I'm raising money for rare cancer research, that's why. Will you help me surpass my fundraising goal by making a donation?

Why this matters to me:

Your gift will directly help people who have few, if any, treatment options. Through Cycle for Survival, progress is accelerating. We arm scientists with the resources to explore pioneering ideas, discover new therapies, and collaborate to find the next breakthrough.

One of my best friends is currently battling a rare lung cancer, and that's after just beating his rare throat cancer. Another dear friend of mine is now battling a rare lymphatic cancer. And I lost my Dad to a rare cancer when he was just 55 years old, and dammit I don't want to lose anyone else to cancer! 

100% of the $$ from CYCLE FOR SURVIVAL goes DIRECTLY TO RESEARCH.

50% of People with Cancer Have a Rare Cancer

When combined, about half of all patients fighting cancer are fighting a rare cancer — such as leukemia, lymphoma, thyroid, ovarian, brain, pancreatic, and all pediatric cancers. Yet research into rare cancers is largely underfunded.

100% Goes to Lifesaving Research
Every dollar you give will advance innovative studies and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). Discoveries made by MSK revolutionize how cancer is diagnosed and treated, helping patients across the country and around the world.

Thank you for your support!

 

 


 
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