Case Western School of Medicine

SAVE THE DATE: IT’S TIME TO TAKE A BITE OUT OF AYA CANCER!!!

HELLO EVERYONE, 

WE HOPE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO JOIN US ON

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 2015.

YOUR $40 TICKET

WILL BUY YOU AN EVENING OF

LIVE MUSIC, RAFFLES, SILENT AUCTIONS,

DINNER WITH WINE/BEER/SODA,

COFFEE AND GREEK DESSERTS,

AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW TO DANCE GREEK!!!

GUEST SPEAKER WILL BE ROBERT PURGERT

(FORMER CANCER WARRIOR AND FUTURE PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGIST)

SO HELP US..

-SUPPORT OUR NEW WELLNESS PROGRAM-

 -SPA PACKAGES FOR YOUNG ADULT CANCER PATIENTS-

-AYA CANCER RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS-

fundraiserflyer2014-2015-SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR AYA CANCER WARRIORS-

SO…

WE HATE CANCER – BUT WE LOVE YOU!

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT ANGIE:

ANGIE@FIGHTCONQUERCURE.COM

TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

VISIT OUR WEBSITE 

WWW.FIGHTCONQUERCURE.ORG

Huang Lab and AYA Cancer Research


Dr. Alex Huang (center) and his dedicated staff.

Have you ever wondered what pediatric, adolescent and young adult cancer researchers were like? Have you ever wondered what makes them tick?

Have you ever wondered what drives these researchers to spend endless hours  trying to find answers to questions that could save a person’s life?

Last week we had the honor of meeting such individuals and taking a tour of “Huang Lab”  at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine.

We spoke to Dr. Alex Huang and his team about how their research projects are directly related to curing AYA Cancer. 

We learned that:

  • Cost of laboratory equipment runs in the millions of dollars. 
  • Computer software can cost over $30,000!
  • Becoming a Pediatric, Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Researcher is about dedication and commitment! 
  • Attracting future scientists into the field of PAYA Oncology Research is challenging. 
  • Some individuals are strictly motivated by fame and fortune,  but…most researchers simply cannot afford to remain in the research lab.

So, the next time someone asks you to support PAYA Cancer Research…remember individuals like the team from “Huang Lab” who are sacrificing time and energy to help our families survive cancer.

 If you would like to learn more about “Huang Lab” please click on this link: http://www.huanglab.com/Pages/default.aspx