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Accelerating Research

and changing the course of Kidney Cancer!

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Since our inception in 2016, we have proudly given over $625,000 to Kidney Cancer Research!

$200,000 was raised for Kidney Cancer Research & Patient Advocacy!  THANK YOU to all who supported this event!

2018 Rock The Cure event photos & details  here

WE ARE A GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN THE KIDNEY CANCER COMMUNITY

Funded major projects to date include:

  • RADVAX investigator led immunotherapy trial for 25 advanced kidney cancer patients at UT Southwestern combining Nivolumab, Ipilimumab and SBRT – currently recruiting

  • Support of UT Southwestern’s Kidney Cancer Research Program. 1 of only 2 SPOREs (Specialized Programs of Research Excellence) for Kidney Cancer in the US.

  • Support of Kidney Cancer Action Network (KCAN) efforts to increase government support of kidney cancer research

 Our primary sources of support are donations from the general public and fundraising.  

40 PEOPLE PER DAY DIE FROM KIDNEY CANCER

Our mission is to abolish Kidney Cancer as a threat to the life and health of patients through advocacy and accelerating research by  offering direct financial support for clinical and laboratory researchers with promising ideas.

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Kidney Cancer strikes 63,340/year

14,970/year die from the disease

We want to help change those statistics!

News

August 8, 2018 / Front News, News Page

Columnist Robert Wilonsky Speaks About His Battle With Cancer

NBC Today Anchor Marc Fein: I had the honor of talking to DMN Dallas City Columnist Robert Wilonsky today about his battle with cancer. He was told he wouldn’t see his son’s next birthday. He did, and his story is remarkable.
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August 6, 2018 / Front News, News Page

Late-stage kidney cancer should have killed me. Thanks to these Dallas doctors, I have a chance

Robert Wilonsky, City Columnist Last summer, my doctor told me I would probably be dead before my son went to...
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August 21, 2017 / Front News, News Page

Immunotherapy Trial – Patient Success Story

72-year-old Larry Carlson was diagnosed with stage IV CCRCC in November of 2014. He came to the UT Southwestern Kidney Cancer Program shortly after. Larry shares his journey through diagnosis, surgery, and immunotherapy.
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