Cancer doesn’tcar. It doesn’t care about age. It doesn’t care about your family or friends. It doesn’t care about what it takes from us — or who it leaves behind.
Diane was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor in late January. Diane is a retired health secretary for an elementary school in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She just turned 69 and was healthy and enjoying her beautiful loving grandchildren. We are heartbroken and hope that additional research will bring hope to the many other people that may someday fall victim to this diagnosis.
UPDATE for 2023:. Diane's husband Paul was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer in November 2022 and passed away in January at the age of 67. Diane is entering hospice care as of March 2023
But we care. I We are about making a difference in the future of cancer research and bringing an end to this devastating disease. That’s why we am participating in the 2022 Ride for Roswell.
Please help us raise critically needed funds to support the thousands of patients who turn to Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center for hope each year. Your donation provides funding researchers need right now to investigate new treatment options that could save lives. For every dollar donated, Roswell Park can leverage an additional $13 in new grant funding!
Please consider donating today. Together, we can end cancer!