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$1 million gift supports Lung Cancer Moon Shot
The grand reopening of Saks Fifth Avenue in Houston's Galleria III, featuring special guest Erdem Moralioglu, founder and creative director of London-based brand ERDEM, drew some 900 guests and raised more than $140,000 for MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program.
Certain forms of the human papillomavirus (HPV) cause common skin warts (papillomas). Others can lead to cancer, including cervical (90%), oropharyngeal (70%), vulvar (70%), vaginal (70%), penile (more than 60%) and anal (90%).
Kara Million, of Houston, is a mother of two and a two-time cancer survivor. A volunteer for myCancerConnection and an advocate for raising awareness about the human papillomavirus (HPV), Kara says the Moon Shots Program will be key to ending cancer for good.
Native Houstonian Kelli Kickerillo knows a thing or two about a successful event. As chair of the 2015 Houston A Conversation With a Living Legend®, Kelli and her husband, Todd Forester, raised more than $1 million for MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program. Kelli serves as events chair for MD Anderson's Advance Team, a volunteer board of "next generation" community and business leaders. No matter what the event, Kelli and her family remain focused on Making Cancer History® for cancer patients and survivors around the world.
Lauren Erdmann, of Midland, is a three-time cancer survivor. She enjoys spending time with her family, including the newest addition: a sister-in-law. She also enjoys working at her parents' business, Advance Kwik Lube. Erdmann has traveled to Cancun and Hawaii with her family, and they plan a cruise to Alaska and Canada later this year.
Friends create 'Wheel to Survive' to reach the end of ovarian cancer
Golfers Against Cancer credits volunteers in fundraising success
Patient raises money through golf tournament in Mississippi hometown
Jan Bres' husband, Tom, died at 54 from glioblastoma. During his 15-month fight, Tom and Jan learned of The Broach Foundation for Brain Cancer Research, founded in 2011 by James and Jamie Broach after James was diagnosed with aggressive brain cancer. James, who died in 2013, and Jamie made it their mission to promote funding and education so effective treatments, and ultimately a cure, might be found. The nonprofit has raised $4 million to support brain cancer research under the leadership of Frederick Lang, M.D., director of Clinical Research, Neurosurgery.
Dedication celebrates Khalifa Foundation's $150 million grant
Largest single contribution to breakthrough field funds alliance of six cancer centers
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Promise Fall 2021
Walmart's support of Boot Walk benefits medical students
Patient Mosaic: New pathway to precision medicine
Bridge funding supports researchers amid COVID-19
Companies support Blood Bank during COVID-19
12-year-old osteosarcoma patient supports cancer research, spreads hope
Saluting the heroes of COVID-19
Rogers Award honors MD Anderson nursing assistant
Fun for all at Camp H-Town
MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital holds Prom Party Palooza
Sarah Jessica Parker shoe sale benefits prostate cancer research
MD Anderson, Houston Dynamo team up to end cancer
Newsmakers: Jim Allison wins Nobel Prize
MD Anderson's happy campers
On course with the PGA TOUR
MD Anderson's Moon Shots Program turns 5
MD Anderson Cancer Center names 2017 Sabin Family Fellows
Cancer prevention efforts in full swing
e-Philanthropy program raises support for patients with just a few clicks
MD Anderson Cancer Center’s 75th Anniversary Celebration
Global ambassadors with a collective goal
25 Years of Cheer
PUTTing an end to cancer
A good day in cancer land
Stripes aligns with MD Anderson
Fueled by philanthropy
The power of giving
Washington, D.C. event honors James A. Baker, III
Pedaling for a cure
Lyda Hill commits $50 million to Moon Shots Program
A bright future for philanthropy
The time is now
A leap into the future with telemedicine
An infinite desire to help
Taking a bite out of cancer: Crave Cupcakes partners with Arts in Medicine program
A Global Force Against Cancer: MD Anderson Once Again Ranked No. 1
Among Friends: Lanie Rose
Making Cancer History®:
Practicing the Art of the Possible
Polo on the Prairie Brings World-Class Polo to West Texas
The BATTLE Toward Personalized Lung Cancer Therapy