For the 10th year, I'll again be participating in Cycle for Survival to raise money for rare cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK).
Rare cancer research is underfunded. Cycle for Survival helps fill the gap by providing critical funding to MSK doctors and scientists in pursuit of bold ideas. From new FDA-approved drugs and technologies to innovative diagnostic tools, Cycle for Survival–funded breakthroughs are transforming the way people with a rare cancer are treated around the world.
Since the first event in 2007, Cycle for Survival has raised more than $300 million, which has led to some significant advances in rare cancer research. But there are still people all over the world who need more and better options. Together, we can make a difference for these people.
Please donate today to ensure that progress can continue. Every dollar raised continues to change — and save — lives.
50% of People With Cancer Have a Rare Cancer
Around half of all people diagnosed with cancer have a rare form of the disease. Rare cancers include types you've likely heard of, such as leukemia and lymphoma, thyroid, ovarian, brain, and pancreatic cancer — and all pediatric cancers.
100% of Your Donation Supports Research
Every dollar you give goes directly to groundbreaking studies and clinical trials at MSK. As a world leader in cancer research, care, and education, MSK makes discoveries that have a far-reaching impact and revolutionize how cancer is diagnosed and treated worldwide.
6 Months for Fast Impact
Cycle for Survival not only provides much-needed resources but also makes sure that fundraising dollars get into the labs of MSK doctors and scientists fast. Within six months after fundraising ends, your donation will be helping researchers uncover insights about cancer that can lead to new and better treatments.
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