Foundation donates to The James


The Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Research Center “The James.” The Board of Directors of the foundation expressed gratitude to those who made the donation possible by volunteering their time or made donations. One hundred percent of all donations go toward cancer research. The foundation spends no money on advertising, has no paid employees, and accepts no money from the government. The Brenda K. Wolfe Foundation can be found online at www.whynotacure.com. Pictured are (from left) Chris Tenoglia, Ron Wagner, researcher John Hays and Duane Wolfe.


The Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Research Center “The James.” The Board of Directors of the foundation expressed gratitude to those who made the donation possible by volunteering their time or made donations. One hundred percent of all donations go toward cancer research. The foundation spends no money on advertising, has no paid employees, and accepts no money from the government. The Brenda K. Wolfe Foundation can be found online at www.whynotacure.com. Pictured are (from left) Chris Tenoglia, Ron Wagner, researcher John Hays and Duane Wolfe.

The Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Research Center “The James.” The Board of Directors of the foundation expressed gratitude to those who made the donation possible by volunteering their time or made donations. One hundred percent of all donations go toward cancer research. The foundation spends no money on advertising, has no paid employees, and accepts no money from the government. The Brenda K. Wolfe Foundation can be found online at www.whynotacure.com. Pictured are (from left) Chris Tenoglia, Ron Wagner, researcher John Hays and Duane Wolfe.
http://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/11/web1_11.7-Cancer-Foundation2017116152214173.jpgThe Brenda K. Wolfe Peritoneal Cancer Foundation recently presented a $5,000 donation to the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Research Center “The James.” The Board of Directors of the foundation expressed gratitude to those who made the donation possible by volunteering their time or made donations. One hundred percent of all donations go toward cancer research. The foundation spends no money on advertising, has no paid employees, and accepts no money from the government. The Brenda K. Wolfe Foundation can be found online at www.whynotacure.com. Pictured are (from left) Chris Tenoglia, Ron Wagner, researcher John Hays and Duane Wolfe.