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Ride to benefit cancer research

Funds raised by U.S. participants in The Ride to Conquer Cancer, June 20-21, will support early cancer-detection research at the Hutchinson Center

April 13, 2009
Ride to Conqeur Cancer

Register to ride from Vancouver B.C. to Seattle, and—in the process—raise funds to support early cancer-detection research at the Hutchinson Center.

Register to ride to fight cancer. The Ride to Conquer Cancer is a two-day, international cycling event event that begins Saturday, June 20, in Vancouver, B.C. and ends in Seattle, with overnight camping provided along the way.

The Ride to Conquer Cancer is an international cycling event to benefit cancer research. Funds raised by participants from the U.S. will go to the San Francisco-based Canary Foundation to support early cancer-detection research at the Hutchinson Center. Canadian participants will raise funds for the BC Cancer Foundation, which supports research and patient care through a population-based cancer control program.

Cyclists of all ability levels are encouraged to participate. All who register at the orientation session will receive a free event T-shirt. To learn more contact Jennifer Pawlosky in Development, jpawlosk@fhcrc.org or (206) 667-6327.

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is a world leader in research to prevent, detect and treat cancer and other life-threatening diseases.