By honoring brain tumor survivors, Race for Hope has been a brain cancer champion for decades.
Brain cancer may not be talked about everyday like other cancers, but it can be devastating to those who have it, and knowing others who have survived it can be very inspiring.
There is hope to find a cure for brain cancer and these runners believe it.
(Via Case Foundation)
By raising awareness and research dollars to the tune of over $27 million for brain cancer research over the past two decades, Race for Hope are bringing hope and inspiration to brain cancer survivors and their families.
Also, by honoring brain cancer advocates like Vice President Joe Biden and brain cancer survivors like BethAnn Telford, who has competed and finished Boston Marathons (four times), Marine Corp Marathons (twelve times), the Lake Placid Ironman (twice), and the Kona Ironman World Championships (in 2012), the future is bright for brain cancer research and innovative treatments.