RACINE — Members of the board of the Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation met recently and voted unanimously to support The Ohio State University-James Comprehensive Cancer Center during the 2016 year.
The James was chosen for it’s ranking as one of the top 30 best research facilities in American.
The Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation is a non-profit; all members are volunteers and do not receive a salary and 100 percent of donations go toward primary peritoneal and other related cancers.
The Foundation will continue to raise funds throughout the remainder of 2016 and contribute all revenue to the James.
Primary peritoneal cancer is a type of cancer that afflicts both men and women, and those who wish to support the work of the Foundation may contribute by writing to: Box 14, Racine, OH 45771; by email at [email protected]; or visit www.whynotacure.