In 2008, Mary Beth Gadus started 100 Voices of Hope with the dream of funding local researcher ideas that could cure metastatic breast cancer. Last year, we reached the $1 million mark in fundraising and are still going strong. Via grassroots philanthropy, 100 Voices of Hope has funded 11 innovative ideas in breast cancer research at the IU Simon Cancer Center that has led to $4.5 million in grant funding, a patent, and a clinical trial on the horizon. Please join us as we run in the mini marathon and 5K in order to raise money to fund additional research hunches.
To learn more about our mission check out our article in the Indy Star and our website:
You can register for the race here: http://www.indymini.com/
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