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When my Dad was diagnosed with bladder cancer in 1988, he endured a multiple surgeries and chemotherapy, and he was gone in only a year. Fast forward to 2015, when it was my turn at bat with bladder cancer. Following surgery, I fought hard to get immune therapy in the face of a global drug shortage. Four years later, I have a pink and happy bladder with no recurrence. My Dad and I are exemplars of the statistics -- new therapies make all the difference. I'm honored to row the Prouty.
Money raised helps to fund cancer research and patient supportive services at Dartmouth's Norris Cotton Cancer Center, one of only 49 comprehensive cancer centers designated by the National Cancer Institute. Supporting The Prouty means supporting researchers and clinicians who are working on innovative ways to prevent, diagnose, treat and hopefully, one day, cure cancer. You’re also supporting important patient supportive services that would otherwise not be funded such as support groups, massage, writing and arts therapy programs.
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