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They did it!

Congratulations to Nicole Garceau and Alex Reid on completing their first Boston Marathon! They did an amazing job despite cold, rainy and windy conditions, and we are incredibly proud of them. Continue reading

26 more days…

Last night, TargetCancer Foundation held an event at the Harpoon Brewery honoring our amazing 2015 Boston Marathon Team: Nicole Garceau and Alex Reid. A capacity crowd came out to say congratulations, thank you and good luck to Nicole and Alex as they enter the final stretch of their training and fundraising! Continue reading

Tuesday Tasting at the Harpoon Brewery

Join TargetCancer Foundation as we thank our amazing 2015 Boston Marathon team with an event at the Harpoon Brewery on Tuesday, March 24! Continue reading

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Renewed Commitment. New Hope.

In 2009, TargetCancer Foundation’s first grant of $7,500 was provided to the Center for Molecular Therapeutics at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center. Today, we are proud to continue our commitment to funding the most innovative rare cancer research as we announce our largest round of grant funding ever- $175,000 in new and impactful grants. Continue reading

Team TCF Runner Profile: Alex Reid

Team TCF Runner Profile: Nicole Garceau

Three Simple Ways To Boost Your Energy This Week

Today we are proud to feature our first guest post from certified Health Coach Jocelyn Kasper, PhD, MPH. Jocelyn has spent 15 years studying cancer biology, nutrition, and epidemiology. She works at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and runs a private practice, Your Nourishing Life, where she helps cancer patients and their loved ones feel their best through nutrition and lifestyle adaptations. We look forward to future contributions from her on the TargetCancer Foundation blog. 

 

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United against rare diseases.

Did you know that in the US, a disease is considered rare if it affects under 200,000 people? “Rare” doesn’t mean much, however,  if you or someone you love is diagnosed a rare disease- you just want to know what to do, which doctor to see, and how to find the best treatment.

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Running against cancer.

For many people Super Bowl Sunday is an unofficial holiday- even if you don’t like the teams (or football for that matter), there’s a good chance that you’ll find yourself somewhere watching the game that Sunday evening. We’ll be doing the same, but our Super Bowl Sunday will have an early start at RACE Cancer Foundation’s Super Sunday 5 race in Cambridge.

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