Every two minutes a woman in the U.S. is diagnosed with breast cancer. By investing in research, we all have the power to transform this alarming statistic and save lives. The Cure Bowl is proud to partner with the UCF College of Medicine, and Doctor Annette Khaled, Head of the Division of Cancer Research and tenured Professor at the Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences in the College of Medicine at the University of Central Florida organization committed exclusively to cancer research.
A Conversation with Dr. Khaled
Why Breast Cancer Research?
Investing in research produces real results.
From exploring ways to prevent the disease to learning why some families are more susceptible, we know more about breast cancer today than ever before. Research is improving care, producing better outcomes and transforming lives—every day.
Advancing Our Understanding
Ever since cancer emerged, science and medicine have been there uncovering clues along the way. Today, more rapidly than ever, research is revolutionizing our understanding and bringing us closer to a cure. Discover how far we’ve come.
Bringing Teams Together to Find a Cure for Cancer.
The Cure Bowl is more than a game. Its about bringing awareness to the battle that women have with breast cancer everyday and those who will face it tomorrow. It’s a rally cry to the world to raise awareness and help bring an end to this deadly disease once and for all. The Cure Bowl is an NCAA college football bowl game played each December at Exploria Stadium in Orlando, Florida. The Cure Bowl supports the nation’s highest rated breast cancer organization, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), whose mission is committed to exclusively funding cancer research.
The Orlando Sports Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to raising funding and awareness for organizations working to find a cure for cancer. OSF was founded in May 2008 and is dedicated to raising funding and awareness for organizations working to find a cure for cancer. OSF hosts many fundraising events throughout the year including benefiting a short list of cancer and cancer research causes.