Catherine Frinier + crowdrise for City of Hope
July 07, 2017
BENEFITING: City of Hope
Please help me to support and also raise the level of awareness of the good and great work being done at the City of Hope to improve the lives of very brave yet vulnerable patients from all over the world and of every walk of life as they embark upon or continue to navigate their journey to wellness across incredibly diverse health conditions and situations.
If you have ever lived with cancer, type 1 diabetes, HIV Aids, an adverse genetic health condition, auto-immune disease condition or other life threatening or challenging health condition . . . if you have a loved one in this position . . . if you have a friend or a co-worker who is challenged with their health circumstances . . . or, like me, if you have lost relatives, friends and coworkers to health issues that took them away from us far too soon . . . please consider giving to one of the world's most renown, respected and compassionate health and wellness care centers in the world -- City of Hope. Please consider giving your donation today. No contribution is too small. Thank you!
Did you know? City of Hope is treating cancer more effectively than ever before. City of Hope's islet cell transplant has allowed type 1 diabetes patients to become insulin free for seven years. Hundreds of millions of people with type 1 diabetes are now treated with the first biotech product that was made in the world and City of Hope played a significant role. City of Hope is joining forces with the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) to accelerate the speed with which scientists and medical staff can convert and translate research discoveries into cures for patients.The alliance is based on a simple premise: City of Hope will provide a state-of-the-art clinical setting in which to advance the scientific breakthroughs made by TGen. City of Hope was very recently named, "Leader in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality" by Human Rights Campaign Foundation.