In memory of Cindy Rosencrans, please help us fund research to prevent and cure Triple Negative Breast Cancer.
In May of 2006, Cindy Rosencrans was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer, a subtype that represents just 15% of breast cancers. Unfortunatetly, none of the relatively new and potent targeted therapies to fight BC are effective against Triple Negative BC. Knowing that research for new treatments would probably not come in time to benefit her, Cindy created a research fund at Johns Hopkins to help save those that would come after her. Sadly, after only 3 short years, Cindy lost her ferocious battle against this disease.
We fought through the 26.2 miles of the Marine Corps Marathon on October 28, 2012, in honor of Cindy's courage, grace, strength and spirit, and to continue the efforts she began to prevent and treat this disease.
Thank you so much for your GENEROUS support!! With the help of more than 100 donors, we hare exceeded our goal and raised more than $21,000 for the Cindy Rosencrans Triple Negative Breast Cancer Fund at Johns Hopkins.
P.S. You can read more about Cindy and our fundraising effort here: