Founded by Paul and Joy Ridley after losing their mother to skin cancer in 2001, Row for Hope is public charity focused on funding the ongoing fight for progress in the field of cancer research.
Yale Cancer Center
Row for Hope is proud to partner with Yale Cancer Center in order to fund cutting-edge research that is dedicated to bringing tomorrow's cancer treatments and cures to patients today. Funds raised by Row for Hope in 2008-2009 will help to expand the efforts of Dr. Mario Sznol, Vice-Chief of Medical Oncology and Co-Director of the Yale Cancer Center Melanoma Program. Dr. Sznol's expertise is in cancer immunotherapy, early drug development for cancer, and the treatment of patients with melanoma and renal cell carcinoma.
Yale Cancer Center is dedicated to bringing tomorrow's cancer treatments and cures to patients today. A National Cancer Institute designated comprehensive cancer center for over 30 years, Yale Cancer Center is one of only 41 Centers in the nation and the only comprehensive center in Southern New England.
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