Get ready for the winter season while enjoying a race with your friends at the City Park 5k! Participants in both distances will receive a long-sleeved event t shirt. 5k finishers earn a MEDAL!
November is Worldwide Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month - let's kick off the month by running for a cause! Consider adding a donation of which 100% goes directly to Pancreatic Cancer Research RIGHT HERE in Colorado at the CU Division of Surgical Oncology.
Top individual fundraiser (raising at least $2500) will be awarded FREE 3W Races for a year!
Raise at least $500 via your individual fundraiser and be entered into a raffle for $500 worth of 3W Races!
We are committed to providing cutting-edge surgical care for cancer patients.
The Division of Surgical Oncology provides innovative treatment of cancers through the latest surgical technologies, including the use of minimally invasive procedures to decrease the impact of operation recoveries. With our approach it is possible to completely remove cancer in more patients and offer them improved outcomes through complex removal and reconstruction.
Our surgical oncology faculty are members of the University of Colorado School of Medicine. They are nationally recognized leaders, serving in leadership roles in national and international medical societies, including many as leaders of international guidelines for tumor treatments.
With our commitment of curing through discovery and research, improved patient outcomes, and leading education programs, our faculty is moving cancer surgery forward.
5k FINISHERS receive a medal!
ALL participants will receive a comfy long sleeved tee shirt (lightweight and gender specific), just in time for the cool fall temps! See SIZING page for more info. Available shirt sizes are listed during registration. In the final days before the event, some sizes will sell out. Select the "no shirt" option in registration to receive a discount! Not all sizes may be available for same day registration.
We'll have live music at the City Park 5k! Don't miss your chance to see The Topiaries!
Due to advanced surgical techniques, more effective medicines, and a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, the CU Cancer Center is able to operate on 30% or more of pancreatic cancer patients, which is nearly double the national average. This distinction, along with proven excellence in pancreatic cancer prevention, education, care, and outcomes, lead to the CU Cancer Center being named a National Pancreas Foundation Academic Center of Excellence for pancreatic cancer.
Our clinical partnership with UCHealth has produced survival rates higher than the state average for all stages of pancreatic cancer.
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