Peak Serum Supports Chainbreaker Riders
Peak Serum is always looking for exciting ways to support research, so when we heard about Chainbreaker, a bicycle event that raises funds for cancer research, we knew we had to get involved.
As sponsors of Kelly LaPara, riding with the Ridin’ Receptors Peloton, we’ll be with Kelly and her other riders in spirit, if not on the pedals, as they make their way across Minnesota in this three-day race. As a lifelong cancer researcher, Kelly has been fascinated by the disease and has spend more than 20 years hunting for a cure. We couldn’t be prouder to back a rider!
All funds Kelly and other Chainbreaker riders raise in the inaugural ride Aug. 11-13 supports the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota. The center serves a large Native American population, and, among other things, researches different methods to treat that population than patients of European descent. The National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center supports research including clinical trials, novel idea seed funding, and long-range research studies.
Supporting Kelly’s team is just one of the many ways Peak Serum stands behind the research community. Our Cares for Cures program recently provided a research team at UC San Diego School of Medicine FBS to continue its research into the fight against cancer and inflammatory diseases.
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