Welcome to My Personal Page
Thank you for visiting my personal page and helping me to reach my fundraising goal! As many of you know my wife was diagnosed with primary cns lymphoma in December 2017. The amazing research has allowed for a treatment plan that has worked for her and as of today she is in a recovery phase and will celebrate 1 year post treatment on May 3rd 2019. This is one small way to help pay it back. Thank you for your support.
I am joining the fight against brain cancer by participating in Head for the Cure - Seattle on June 29th, 2019. Head for the Cure is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for brain cancer research. Kelley has also started a team called "Hot Mess" (One of her favorite phrases she used a lot not knowing what was going on). We would love to see you if possible and join the team. She's going to think about doing t-shirts for anyone that joins the team and maybe if the weather is nice we will do a BBQ after the morning run.
Each year, over 200,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with a primary or metastatic brain tumor. More than 120 types of brain tumors exist, making effective treatment complicated. Cutting edge research is needed as we continue to make strides in this fight.
Head for the Cure works to inspire hope for the community of brain cancer patients, their families, friends, caregivers and other supporters, while celebrating their courage, spirit and energy. Every Head for the Cure event marks a day of celebration where those diagnosed with brain cancer are honored and celebrated by their friends and families, those who have lost their battles are remembered, and we are all inspired to carry on the fight.
Funds raised by Head for the Cure support the Brain Tumor Trials Collaborative, a network of medical centers with the expertise and the desire to participate in state-of-the-art clinical trials investigating new treatments for malignant brain tumors.
Please consider making a donation today to help me reach my goal and to help Head for the Cure defeat brain cancer, step by step!
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