Seventh Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event in Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday, November 17—Friday, November 18
Posted on: 10/30/2011
[Editor's Note: this has nothing to do with the Musella Foundation - we are just passing it on because it may be of interest to you]
Seventh Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
ALL ARE WELCOME to the Seventh Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event at University Hospital and Rainbows Babies and Children’s Hospital, in Cleveland, Ohio on Thursday, November 17—Friday, November 18, 2011 from 10 am-5 pm. We will be distributing free brain tumor literature and information, myself and a few other brain tumor survivors will join me to share our stories with everyone.
In order to raise money for more research and family support we sell the following at a nominal price:
-brain tumor pins
-gray brain tumor bracelets
-yellow Livestrong bracelets
-4 x 8” gray brain tumor car magnets
A raffle will also be held (ticket only $1 each OR 6/$5 and you DON”T have to be in attendance to win:
-Nintendo Wii with Mario Kart game and accessories
All donations and money raised will be donated to a variety of brain tumor organizations and UH Hospital brain tumor research.
I, Tonya Burwell, was diagnosed in February, 1997 with my brain tumor. I did no idea of what was happening. I immediately started to do brain tumor research, which lead me to starting the Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event. This event helps area individuals and patients understand what is going on and where they can learn, go to, and find out more information about brain tumors. This is my most important reason for holding the Surviving Brain Tumors Awareness Event, to help others understand the facts and important information about brain tumors, and realize the high number of people who are being diagnosed with brain tumors, in our society, today! No one is alone in this ongoing fight against brain tumors and brain cancers!!
University/Rainbows Babies and Children’s Hospital-Atrium/Cafeteria
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