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Tucker Ellis Chicago and Los Angeles Hallways Participate in "Cycle for Survival"

February 2020
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The Chicago and Los Angeles Hallways of Tucker Ellis geared up to participate in "Cycle for Survival," a fundraising movement of high-energy indoor cycling events. Cycle for Survival's goal is to beat rare cancers, which affect about 50% of people diagnosed with cancer. Rare cancers include brain, pancreatic, ovarian, stomach, all types of pediatric cancers, and many others. Research for rare cancer is typically underfunded, leaving many patients with few or no treatment options.

The movement provides urgently needed funding. Since 2007, the movement has raised over $220 million. One hundred percent of every dollar funds groundbreaking rare cancer research and clinical trials led by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

This marked the third annual ride for our Chicago Hallway, and, due to the positive experience it has provided our team, we expanded it to the Los Angeles Hallway this year.

Tucker Ellis participated in Cycle for Survival in Chicago on February 6 and in Los Angeles on February 22 and 23. Our attorneys and staff who rode in the event included Mollie Benedict, Lisa Carteen, Jane Davidson, Natalie Fine, Sherry Knutson, Aggie Lee, Art Mertes, James Mizgala, Jessica Odum, Jay Shultz, Brittany Weiss, and Susie Woo.

Learn more about Cycle for Survival here.

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