ICARE metastatic breast cancer 5K
WhereBuckhannon, WV - Jawbone Park, Madison and Florida Streets
WhenMay 2, 2020 - 9:00 AM
This race begins at Jawbone Park in Buckhannon, WV and will proceed through town, then around the Riverwalk, back through town to Jawbone Park.
9am is registration; the race begins at 9:30am on May 2, 2020.
$25 per person if pre-registered.
$35 if registered the day of the race.
First 50+ participants get a free T-shirt.
All winners get a certificate.
Any donors who donate over $100 will get a personal conference with ICARE's founder and CEO.
Top 3 male and top 3 female finishers in each category:
9 and under
Total of 54 certificates
A total of 54 certificates will be given, 3 place awards for male and female in each category.
ICARE is a multinational, 501(c)3 non-profit network of global cancer scientists, doctors, and patients who work in collaboration to identify, evaluate, personalize, and accelerate access to emerging therapeutic options or technologies. ICARE does this by creating personalized exploratory or Investigative Teams (I-Teams) which begin locally with one patient, one doctor and one cancer researcher. As global participants join the ICARE network, these Investigative Teams (I-Teams) allow individual patients and their local doctors to participate in real-time, personalized academic research projects and these projects are driven solely by patient needs and are not limited by institutional and national boundaries.
This is a charity fundraiser to raise money for metastatic breast cancer research. There are a LOT of cancer organizations out there doing good work, but most of them don't deal with stage IV cancer patients. Only 3% of cancer research funding goes to studying metastatic disease, which kills thousands of mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, and children every year. My cancer was metastatic when they found it - it had already gone to my bones. 80% of us die within 5 years of diagnosis, and I am in year 4. I am in a hurry, and so are many of us with metastatic cancer. We need options, and most of them are held up in trials. The trial process can take years, which many of us don't have. ICARE wants to speed up the process to save patients like me.