2019 Lustgarten 18 Hole Stroll

Join us in the fight against pancreatic cancer at the 10th annual Lustgarten 18-Hole Stroll, and get inspired by patients, survivors, and loved ones who are on the same journey. Brittany Vose, 23, is hosting the Lustgarten 18-Hole Stroll, an early morning walk along Connecticut’s beautiful TPC River Highlands Golf Course during the Travelers Championship, in honor of her father, John Vose, who died of pancreatic cancer when she was just five years old and he was only 44.

Event Info:

Sunday, June 23 at TPC River Highlands Golf Course in Cromwell, CT

  • Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the
  • Walk begins at 8:30 a.m.

Early bird registration is $40 per adult. After May 1st,the fee is $50 per adult, and $15 per child (15 and younger).

Registration includes:

  • An all-day pass for entrance to the tournament for Championship Sunday
  • Continental breakfast,
  • Entertainment, Purple t-shirt representing pancreatic cancer research
  • Speakers
  • Silent auction.

All attendees should wear their t-shirt at the 18th hole during the awards ceremony.

For more information and to register, please visitlustgarten.org/18holestroll or call 1.866.789.1000.

Since the Lustgarten Foundation’s inception 20 years ago, progress has been made against this disease, and there has never been a more hopeful time for patients. To date, the Foundation has directed more than $165 million to pancreatic cancer research and is the only non-profit in the country to have four dedicated pancreatic cancer research laboratories, located at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Johns Hopkins, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Because of these labs, more resources, time and talent are being put toward this disease.

Pancreatic cancer has a five-year survival rate in the single digits and has no early detection tests, no effective long-term treatments and, unless the cancer is surgically removed in its earliest stages,no cure. This year, more than 56,000 cases will be diagnosed, and more than 45,000 people will die from pancreatic cancer in the United States. The Lustgarten Foundation is working to change these statistics by advancing the scientific and medical research related to the diagnosis, prevention, treatment and cure of pancreatic cancer.

About the Lustgarten Foundation

The Lustgarten Foundation is America's largest private foundation dedicated to funding pancreatic cancer research. Based in Woodbury, N.Y., the Foundation supports research to find a cure for pancreatic cancer, facilitates dialogue within the medical and scientific community, and educates the public about the disease through awareness campaigns and fundraising events. Since its inception, the Lustgarten Foundation has directed $165 million to research and assembled the best scientific minds with the hope that one day, a cure can be found. Thanks to separate funding to support administrative expenses, 100 percent of your donation goes directly to pancreatic cancer research. For more information, please visit www.lustgarten.org.

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