The Bryan Cave’s Los Angeles and San Francisco offices will once again participate in the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) Cycle for Survival event.
Founded in 1884 as New York Cancer Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center. MSK is known for exceptional patient care, innovative research and outstanding educational programs. Today, it is one of 45 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers.
Cycle for Survival is a four-hour, indoor cycling relay held at locations across the country every February and March. All of the donations raised go toward MSK’s cancer research and clinical trials.
“Our team is grateful to support Memorial Sloan Kettering in its monumental mission to beat rare cancers,” said Los Angeles Associate and office team captain Aaron Ginsburg. “We hope to continue participating and growing our teams in the years to come.”
The dates of the individual office rides and the Bryan Cave participants are:
San Francisco – Feb. 11
Abigail Cotton (team captain)
Los Angeles – Feb. 24
Aaron Ginsburg (team captain)
Click here for more information on Memorial Sloan Kettering and Cycle for Survival.