A Cure In Sight 5K Run/Walk - Seattle
Come run/walk with many others towards better treatment for Ocular Melanoma, a rare eye cancer. Join a 5K fun run/walk with a good cause. A Cure In Sight is walking at Warren J. Magneson Park to raise funds and awareness for Ocular Melanoma, the ultra-rare eye cancer that affects 7,000 worldwide each year. Because this disease is so uncommon, there is a lack of resources and treatments, but you can help! Show your support at this beautiful location in Seattle.
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