Proceeds are being collected by Brian Regan for Brian Regan
Based on 180 Miles, each worth $27.04
My name is Brian Regan and I was 18 when I was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Over the summer between my freshmen and sophomore year of college I received a surgery and thirteen chemotherapy treatments, all within the span of five weeks. Still recovering from my treatments, I returned to Bentley University on time without missing a single day of classes. You can read more about my story of self-diagnosis on the 15-40 Connection’s website or listen to my interview with Dr. Steve of the Weird Medicine podcast series (starting at 50:00).
Now that I am over two years cancer free, I have decided to train for and complete the Pan Mass Challenge, a 188 mile bike ride across the state of Massachusetts, to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute. Dana Farber is an amazing hospital that did so much for me and my family, I am happy to have the opportunity to give back.
To support my campaign, you can pledge a donation for every mile I ride (for example, $1 pledge = $188 donation). You can pledge any dollar amount from $0.10 to $10.00. You can also make a one-time flat donation in any dollar amount. To pledge or donate, click on the below links.
Just to be clear, 100% of your donation will be given to Dana Farber. All of the fees that will be incurred have been generously covered by a donor.
I want to thank all of my friends and family members who have supported me along this journey. One of the reasons I decided to ride in the Pan Mass Challenge is because I want to show people with cancer that you can beat it, it can be done, and after you beat it you can push yourself to doing things you thought were impossible.
Thank you for your generosity and support!
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This campaign benefits
All proceeds will benefit the Pan Mass Challenge & Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.View Website