The doctors at the National Institute of Health called Coleman Kane “extraordinary.” He was a husband, and a father, son and brother, and died April 1, 2018 at the age of 63 from a high grade pineal tumor of the brain. Coleman was grateful throughout his cancer journey. He would be happy to know that researchers from the National Cancer Institute received a grant through Cancer Moonshot to begin the development of new therapies and methods to improve treatment outcomes for patients with pineal region tumors and 11 other rare central nervous system tumors. Coleman would hope and pray for a cure for the next patient because he really was extraordinary.
The Race for Hope - DC presented by Cushman & Wakefield raises funds to support innovative research initiatives and provide information for brain tumor patients and their families. This amazing event relies on the dedication and enthusiasm of individuals, families, teams, volunteers, sponsors and donors. Thank you for your support in helping us find a cure for brain tumors!