Hear SR-71 pilot Brian Shul and navigator Walter Watson describe their most exciting covert spy plane missions as chronicled in their best selling book, “The Untouchables,” and the amazing personal journey each took to the cockpit of the world’s highest and fastest flying jet.
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"We are thrilled and honored to be able to present the donations received last year to the CU Cancer Center for their pancreatic cancer research, and thank every single person whose support both financially and personally made this possible," stated WINGS OF HOPE founder Maureen Shul. At the same time, WINGS OF HOPE established the first endowment for pancreatic cancer research at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
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THE KINGSBURY GOLF OPEN HAS BEEN SOLD OUT - A benefit in partnership with WINGS OF HOPE to help raise awareness and funding for the pancreatic cancer research at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THIS EVENT
FOR GOLF TOURNAMENT POLO SHIRTS and T-SHIRTS, AND TO MAKE A DONATION FOR THE EFFORT TO FUND PANCREATIC CANCER RESEARCH, go to this link.....
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This year's UCHS GI Oncology Retreat, attended by University of Colorado Cancer Center and University of Colorado Health physicians, nurses, staff and specialists, provided the latest information on research and treatment of pancreatic cancer. For more information on what was discussed at the retreat, click on NEWS.
8/04/14 - WINGS OF HOPE board members (L to R) Dr. Colin Weekes, Stacy Ohlsson, Maureen Shul, Paula Sandoval and Melanie Avner met recently to discuss which University of Colorado Cancer Center pancreatic cancer research program this year's fundraising donations will go to. The decision and presentation of funds will be made later this year.
WINGS OF HOPE for PANCREATIC CANCER RESEARCH was formed in February 2012 by Maureen A. Shul after losing her mother and brother within months of one another to pancreatic cancer. The non-profit foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding for the ongoing research, clinical trials and treatment of pancreatic cancer patients at the Pancreatic Cancer Research Program at the University of Colorado Cancer Center.
Pancreatic cancer is currently the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Of the most commonly diagnosed cancers, pancreatic cancer is the only one with a five-year relative survival rate in the single digits, at just 6 percent. This survival rate has not changed in the last 40 years.
By 2020 it is anticipated pancreatic cancer will rise from the fourth to the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. (based on projected changes in U.S. population demographics and incidence of death rates).
With no early detection tools, effective treatments or adequate funding for research, the rapidly rising threat of pancreatic cancer urgently demands an increase in awareness and research funding.
Founded out of grief, driven by purpose and in pursuit of making a difference, WINGS OF HOPE for PANCREATIC CANCER RESEARCH is dedicated to
- Accelerating the research
- Providing the most advanced treatments
- Finding the cure
JOIN THE EFFORT…BE A PART OF THE POSSIBLE, BE THE HOPE.