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We’re riding to the end of cancer at Columbia. We’re proving the power of Velocity.

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Ride Velocity | Twitter
Columbia University’s ride to end cancer.

Closer to Free Ride | Facebook
Yale-New Haven Smilow’s ride for cancer research.

Immunotherapy | Instragram
Columbia Cancer Center’s hope for the future.

Campaign Resources

The Future of Cancer Research at Columbia University
A special panel discussion was held on how new research is changing the landscape of cancer.

Personalized Medicine and Cancer Genomics
The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) talks with Dr. Charis Eng about advances in personalized medicine.

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Current “More Than” Campaigns

Velocity – Columbia’s Ride to End Cancer

We’re riding to the end of cancer at Columbia. We’re proving the power of Velocity.

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Zaccagnino Campaign for Targeted Cancer Therapy

"Zaccagnino Campaign for Targeted Cancer Therapy" aims to raise awareness and support advancements in targeted or personalized cancer treatment

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Founder's Letter

Fund Love was founded by Diane O. Zaccagnino, a businesswoman, 'dream-catcher', artist, community volunteer, cancer 'warrior', and most of all a Sister to anyone in need.Fund Love was founded by Diane O. Zaccagnino, a businesswoman, 'dream-catcher', artist, community volunteer, cancer 'warrior', and most of all a Sister to anyone in need. Diane died in 2015, more than five years after being diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, a lethal form of brain cancer.

After a difficult hospital stay, in 2015, Diane became frustrated with her Family, as they encouraged her to rest and recover. She told them that she needed to work because there were so many people to help. Weeks later, Fund Love was launched to spread love and help patients and families throughout the cancer community, starting with its inaugural campaign, I AM MORE THAN CANCER.

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