JOIN THE BATTLE. Beat Rare Cancers.
Team Suzi G is back for year #5 - raising money and awareness for ovarian cancer!
The 2021-22 Cycle for Survival season will happen in-person and we plan to make it legendary - riding in NYC on May 22nd!
We will persevere just as my mom, Susan has in her battle against late-stage ovarian cancer since June of 2017 with the support of her amazing medical team at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Ovarian cancer is a rare cancer, yet it affects 1 in 78 women.
Ovarian cancer is a silent killer, usually diagnosed in late stages due to its vague symptoms and no specific diagnostic tools.
Ovarian cancer is an underfunded cancer for research, with the mortality rates declining only slightly in the past 40 years.
In the last 4 years, Team Suzi G has raised more than $600,000 with EVERY DOLLAR going directly to ovarian cancer research at MSK within 6 months.
For those new to Cycle for Survival:
It is a fundraising initiative supporting rare cancer research led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK). Cycle for Survival provides crucial funding to hundreds of doctors and scientists in pursuit of bold ideas. The discoveries made through research and clinical trials powered by this community have led to the FDA approval of new drugs and diagnostic tools that are helping people around the world.
100% of Your Donation Supports Research
Every dollar you give funds groundbreaking studies and clinical trials led by MSK for ovarian cancer. Discoveries made at MSK revolutionize how cancer is diagnosed and treated.
6 Months for Fast Impact
Rare cancer research is underfunded, and too often people don’t have proven treatments. Time matters. Your gift will be in the hands of researchers six months after fundraising ends. As a donor, you’ll learn about the projects supported.
50% of People With Cancer Have a Rare Cancer
Did you know that about half of all people with cancer have a rare cancer? These include cancers you’ve likely heard of, such as leukemia, lymphoma, and thyroid, ovarian, brain, pancreatic, and all pediatric cancers.
This is Cycle for Survival's 16th year. Since the first event in 2007, there have been many great advances in rare cancer research and treatment. But there's still more work to be done, and we won't stop fighting until every person facing a rare cancer has a treatment for their disease.
Please donate today to ensure that progress can continue.
With love & gratitude,
Team Captain, Team Suzi G
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