Join us for U CAN-CER VIVE’s 2nd Annual RUN FOR THE CURE 5K where you can jog, walk or run your way toward a cure for cancer.[Read more…] about Run for the Cure 2020
Everyone deserves to feel loved.
U CAN-CER VIVE will be delivering special gifts to children and adults with cancer who will be spending Valentine’s Day at local hospitals.
$50 provides a deserving patient with much needed love this February 14th. Each gift includes a U CAN-CER VIVE teddy bear, hat, bumper sticker and special Valentine’s Day card.[Read more…] about Ur My Valentine 2020
Honoring unsung heroes who champion and advocate for those with cancer
DETROIT, Nov. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute recognized its 2019 Heroes of Cancer at an evening reception held Nov. 6, at The Gem Theatre, in Detroit. This year’s event celebrated Karmanos’ 25th year of honoring individuals and organizations that have distinguished themselves and inspired others as they advocate for and raise awareness of all types of cancers. More than 150 guests gathered to pay tribute to these unsung heroes. Ann Delisi, radio/television personality and host of Ann Delisi’s Essential Music on WDET101.9 FM, served as emcee and was also one of this year’s honorees.[Read more…] about Karmanos Cancer Institute recognized its 2019 Heroes of Cancer
Grease is the word at our 3rd Annual signature fall event
Saturday, September 7, 2019[Read more…] about Cure&Couture DRIVE FOR THE CURE 2019
U CAN-CER VIVE Foundation Supports Groundbreaking Cancer Research | Henry Ford Health System – Detroit, MI
The U CAN-CER VIVE Foundation, a philanthropic arm of LaFontaine Automotive, recently awarded two grants totaling more than $440,000 to Henry Ford Health System researchers and physicians to uncover more about how to treat and prevent pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest types of cancer in the United States. In total, U CAN-CER VIVE has committed to granting $780,260 in cancer research this year.[Read more…] about U CAN-CER VIVE Funds Henry Ford Health System Over $440,000 In Pancreatic Cancer Research Funding