In honor of Hollis
Justin & Angela Reynolds
I have accepted the Cycle for the Cure challenge and am one of 250 men and women who will ride on Sunday, May 7th to show our dedication to fight cancer.
I am specifically riding to help fund their DIPG Atlas project. DIPG is a brain cancer that kills 300 - 500 kids in America each year. There is less than 1% survival rate and the average life expectancy after diagnosis is 9 months. This horrible cancer took the life of my son, 7 year old Hollis Doherty, so I ride with passion and purpose.
At the heart of TGen's research efforts is the goal of improving patient care by delivering a personalized approach - one that looks at an individual's genetic makeup and then consults with physicians to give treatment based on your individual genetic profile, resulting in improved patient response.
If you can't cycle with me, then I hope you will consider making a gift to support my participation by clicking the 'Support Me' button. No matter how small or large, your generous donation helps in the mission to find a cure and help us reach our goal of raising $200,000 to fund early detection efforts for cancer.
Thank you for supporting me!