St. Louis, Missouri
I believe the C2C4C event is a challenging, meaningful and fulfilling way to further express both a personal and community commitment in support of cancer patients.
My father, and hero, was a U.S. Military Veteran who lost his final battle with lung cancer in 1996. Although he was not around to benefit from today’s modern medical treatments, I know he would be proud of what BMS and the oncology care community is doing to save the lives of the soldiers who follow in his footsteps.
The Battles that I face in life typically pale in comparison to someone who is literally fighting for their life. Therefore, I am encouraged that both the tangible funds that are raised, as well as the physical energy that is exerted during this event, will be directly transferred to patients in a way that further motivates and enables them to conquer their battle with cancer.
Not everyone is able to singlehandedly accomplish truly “great” things in life… but we all can do many small things with great love, purpose and passion. 1 + 1 + 1 +… = infinity
My message to cancer
“Hit the Road Jack”!