Welcome to Our Team Page
We are raising money for pediatric cancer research with Kids Walk.
Let's get personal
As many of you know, Bradley Scott Cohen, my baby, age 2, was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma June 1, 2016. This is a cancer that develops in the muscle- his being in the bladder/prostate. He has had many treatments and is doing well at the moment. As many of you, we also thought this happened to "other people". I can tell you after almost a year, Cancer in children does NOT discriminate race, gender, or religion. It can happen to anyone and that is why we need a CURE! Bradley is scheduled to finish treatments March 28, 2017. We are excited and nervous for what the future holds for our smart, sassy, funny, little man! He is truly an Angel. He is innocent. All of the children we have encountered throughout this journey have been intelligent, kind, and brave. We have seen children thrive while others surrender to this horrific disease- that has been the most difficult to comprehend. Children are fighting a battle that should not occur. They are innocent. Please join my team so you can help us fundraise or donate anything you can to the cause! No child deserves to suffer. Children are innocent. Bradley and family thank you!
100% of every dollar you give supports new research led by the Department of Pediatrics at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). MSK takes care of more kids with cancer than any other hospital in the world—leading the way in cutting-edge treatments. MSK uses its expertise to discover new ways to help children fight cancer—worldwide.
CANCER IS HARD ON KIDS
Cancer can be especially difficult for young patients. Today, doctors and researchers at MSK aim to develop more effective therapies for children going through treatment. This brings us one step closer to stopping the disease and letting kids return to their lives outside of a hospital.
SUPPORT LIFESAVING RESEARCH
Pediatric cancer research is underfunded. Together, let's make a difference in the lives of kids facing cancer. Just a reminder: 100% of your gift goes to research. Donate today!