Dolphins Cancer Challenge with Team Polyglass
Once again I will be participating in the Dolphins Cancer Challenge with team Polyglass riding 52 miles to support the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center on February 11th. I am proud to be a part of this tradition and a member of an organization that talks about FAMILY as a culture and backs it up with its actions. This year I will be riding with more of a purpose than I have in the previous three years. Last year I lost two of my family member to this horrible disease.
This event, sponsored by the Miami Dolphins is the largest charity event sponsored by any professional sports franchise is the country. ALL of the proceeds go DIRECTLY TO RESEARCH, not to administration costs. Since its inception in 2010 the DCC has raised $16,500,000 for the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Support Team Polyglass-February 11th
I’ll be riding with Team Polyglass for this important cause and ask you to participate by donating to Sylvester through my sponsorship link. The amount doesn’t matter. Polyglass is one of the major sponsors of this event and Roof Tech Associates would love to have your support.
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What is the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center?
What is the Sylvester Cancer Center? Here are some facts:
Established: UM Cancer Center 1972; opened as dedicated, comprehensive cancer center in 1992
Physicians and scientists: More than 250 devoted exclusively to cancer care and research (all are faculty of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine)
Philanthropy: $10.8 million
Sponsored program funding: $49 million annually in research grants
Clinical trials underway: 168 total; 92 therapeutic, 76 non-therapeutic
Clinical trial accruals: 1386 total; 80 therapeutic, 1306 non-therapeutic
Inpatient beds: 40
Surgery suites: 4
Inpatient admissions: 1,143
Outpatient visits: 305,656
Surgical cases: 2,426
Patients receiving chemotherapy: 32,383
Radiation therapy procedures: 67,521
Patient volume: 4,115 new cancer patients; 2,467 new cancer patients supervised by UM faculty at Jackson Memorial Hospital (figures reported to the State of Florida as of September 2011)
Click here for more details http://dolphinscancerchallenge.com/partners
LET’S FIGHT CANCER ONE MILE AT A TIME