Cycle for Survival: How You Can Help
Ethan Zohn is the winner of 'Survivor: Africa' as well as a cancer survivor, and on today's show, he talked about a cause that's very near and dear to his cause: Cycle for Survival, an annual event that raises money for rare cancer research at Memorial-Sloane Kettering Cancer Center.
Cycle for Survival is an indoor team cycling event that's held at Equinox gyms across the country, and it's happening again this weekend! The high-energy, indoor team cycling event now attracts more than 13,000 participants, and every dollar that's raised is allocated to an MSKCC research initiative devoted to discovering new and more effective treatments for rare cancers. Since 2007, Cycle for Survival has raised more than $26 million to fund more than 50 clinical trials and research studies.
On Saturday, March 2nd, Cycle for Survival is taking over Equinox gyms in New York City and Los Angeles, and on Sunday, March 3rd, it's happening at Equinox in Greenwich, Connecticut, as well as New York City locations.