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We lost Pam King to Metastatic breast cancer on June 16th 2018. We have posted her obituary here.
Hundreds of millions of dollars are raised throughout the country every year, but a very small portion of this money is being allocated for Metastatic Breast Cancer (MBC). Pam King and Gaye Hill are teaming up to participate in the Transamerica Endurance Rally. It will span 21 days driving across the back roads of America.
Pictured from left to right, Metavivor Board President Beth Fairchild, Transamerica Endurance Rally Racers Pam King and Gaye Hill.
What is an Endurance Rally?
An endurance rally is a multiple day event typically crossing a continent(s), where competitors navigate with maps and stopwatches; no GPS allowed. Days are spent driving 8-9 hours a day, driving routes with challenging conditions, completing time trials, and competing on closed road speed trials. Competitors are on their own without any assistance, to complete stages in the set amount of time.
Living with MBC can be somewhat like an endurance rally. You have to take it one day at a time, figuring out a way to deal with the challenges and obstacles along the way, while trying to enjoy the ride of life for as long as you can.
Drive4StageIV is a campaign to raise awareness and research dollars for METAvivor, a non-profit organization that uses 100% of donations for metastatic breast cancer research. Read More About METAvivor
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