Young adults, ages 15 to 39, are a large portion of the cancer population with unmet medical and life needs. With your help, we can change the future of young adults with cancer.

Raise the Rate Kickball Tournament
April 14, 2018

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RTR Kickball Tournament

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    Elisha and Josh Box were young and looking forward to a future together when Josh learned he had Ewing’s Sarcoma, stage four. Like many young adult cancer patients, Josh learned that his cancer treatments could have some very harsh, lasting effects. They learned about fertility preservation and decided it was a good option for them. Josh lost his battle to +


Together, we can raise survival rates of young adults with cancer.

The Rutledge Foundation has been a powerful catalyst in initiating research for less toxic, more curative sarcoma therapies. This research will ultimately be useful in treating other types of solid tumor cancers.

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