The Merrimack College baseball program has worked together with the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's Vs. Malignant growth program to overcome youth disease, partaking in the 2022 Vs. Disease National Event that was made by mentors the country over. The groups' Vs. Malignant growth game will be Sunday, April 24 when the Warriors face Long Island University at 1 p.m. at Greater Lawrence Tech.
Begun by pediatric mind malignant growth survivor and previous university competitor, Chase Jones, Vs. Disease enables any games group, any competitor, and any local area to assist messes with malignant growth. As a mark gathering pledges mission of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Vs. Malignant growth continues assist with subsidizing kid life programs in nearby medical clinics, monetary help assets for families encountering a pediatric mind cancer finding, and noteworthy exploration to fix pediatric cerebrum growths.
"We are excited to proceed with Merrimack Baseball's longstanding relationship with versus Malignant growth this season", said lead trainer Brian Murphy. "Their main goal is immensely significant and we're regarded to assist with bringing issues to light and assets for their association."
Merrimack College baseball has a well-established association with Vs. Disease throughout the long term. The Warriors' gift page for the 2022 season is accessible here and through the connection above.
Every day, 13 children and teens are diagnosed with a brain tumor, the deadliest and most common form of cancer in kids under 15. Every day after, they are in a fight for their life. It's a fight the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation is here to help families win.
A leader in the brain tumor and childhood cancer communities, PBTF's mission of Care. Cure. Thrive. reflects its commitment to curing all pediatric brain tumors and transforming how children and their families are cared for. Since 1991, PBTF has provided strategic leadership and funding to accelerate the number of targeted therapies for children battling brain tumors today, while equipping families with the patient-family education, financial relief, and emotional support they need to navigate their child's journey.
The Vs. Cancer Foundation merged with the PBTF in 2016 and now is a signature fundraising campaign of the nonprofit. A world without childhood brain tumors is possible when we work together to put kids first. Learn more at www.curethekids.org. To get involved with Vs. Cancer, visit www.vs-cancer.org.