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Teen Cancer Survivor Holds Second Annual Basketball Fundraiser

May 22, 2018 | Samantha Bonar

When Tyler Varing was diagnosed with germ cell cancer at 15, he went to City of Hope for treatment. Now, 10 years after he was cured, Tyler is giving back by holding a basketball tournament that raises money for City of Hope’s Pediatric Cancer Fund.

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Score big for a cure during March hoops tourney time

February 26, 2016 | Sara Lewis

Odds are you've seen the ESPN or Yahoo Sports brackets that people fill out during the March college basketball tournament. Now, you and your friends can fill out an online hoops bracket to benefit City of Hope!

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Employee Heather Javier and sister Sarah Escosa

Employee Heather Javier turns 10K into more than $2.5K for City of Hope pediatrics with ourHope

September 25, 2014 | Darrin Joy

Employee Heather Javier and sister Sarah Escosa. Javier used ourHope to raise funds for City of Hope, running a 10K race. (photo courtesy of Heather Javier) Heather Javier made her way up through the center of Northern California's picturesque Napa Valley, skirting renowned vineyards and critically acclaimed restaurants, flanked by the Mayacamas Mountains to the west and the Vaca Mountains to the east.

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Soul Cycle ride celebrates a life saved at City of Hope - twice

July 2, 2014 | kmayfield

In the past 10 years, Lucy Rosedale has faced cancer - twice. First came the diagnosis of leukemia, which was followed by lung cancer.  And both times, City of Hope gave her back her life, and to her family.

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Surfing, skiing and snowboarding to support City of Hope in Tri-Avaganza

March 18, 2014 | dsapia

It started in 1983 with a dare. “Surf, water ski and snow ski/board all in one day? That’s crazy, it can’t be done,” Rob Yates was told. So, he created the Tri-Avaganza to prove them wrong. More than 30 years later, Yates and his team are still going from wetsuits to ski boots, all in a day, to fight cancer and other life-threatening diseases, and proving the seemingly impossible, possible.

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