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Brain Tumer Research

Save The Date:

Friday, February 9th, 2018

The Eaise Foundation
Rally for Research will be hosting its
7th Annual Rally for Research Gala.

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
All proceeds from this event will benefit brain tumor research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

Rally for Research

Can't make the Gala?
Donate Today:
Lucien's Manor
81 W. White Horse Pike
Berlin, NJ 08009
7:00pm to 12:00am
Ticket Includes
Cocktail Hour
• Cash Bar
• Sit Down Dinner
• Auction During the Event
Preferred Dress: Cocktail Attire

About The Eaise Family Foundation Rally for Research


FACTS

Central nervous system tumors (tumors of the brain and spine) are the second most common cancer in children – second only to leukemia.

The Brain Tumor program at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the largest in the United States – seeing more than 200 new patients each year.

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has one of the largest research programs with a cancer center that is at the forefront of research and development of new therapies.

Brain tumors are the deadliest form of childhood cancer. Many with survival rates less than twenty percent.

Benign tumors can kill children if their location prevents removal. The tumors destroy brain cells by causing inflammation and pressing on other areas of the brain.

Research that focuses specifically on pediatric brain tumors is crucial to saving children's lives and improving survivors' quality of life.

Brain tumors are located in children's control center of thought, emotion and movement. Treatment often results in long term side effects. Most will have emotional, physical and learning challenges that limit their quality of life.

Kevin EaiseThe summer of 2010 changed our lives forever. Our son, Kevin, came home from a baseball game and complained that during the game he was "seeing two baseballs" when catching a fly ball.

We took him to our pediatrician who promptly arranged for Kevin to be seen by an ophthalmologist. We could have never been prepared for what they suspected.

We were sent immediately to The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and within a few days, our otherwise perfectly healthy child was diagnosed with a brain tumor.

There are no words to describe the profound devastation and overwhelming emotions we felt when we heard the words "brain tumor".

The Eaise Family Foundation for Brain Tumor ResearchOur blessing came with the news that the tumor was benign with a favorable prognosis. Surgery was performed immediately to alleviate the complications which were caused by the tumor.

Three years later, Kevin continues to do well and will be followed by MRI yearly. Our visits to oncology have opened our eyes to another world.

We all know of someone touched by cancer, however, until you spend a day in their world, you never truly understand. We now give extra hugs, say many prayers, and cherish every wonderfully simple thing that our kids accomplish every day.

There are so many kids who did not receive the same prognosis as Kevin and spend every day literally fighting to stay alive.

Eaise Kids
Kevin and his sisters: Maria, Anna, and Gabby.
We have established the Eaise Family Foundation to support research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. This is our opportunity to help kids win their battle.

Be thankful for the healthy kids in your lives and please help us to support those who are fighting for theirs.

Thank you,
Kevin and Debbie
Kevin, Maria, Anna and Gabrielle

 

 
"We would like to thank all of you for taking the time out of your busy lives to attend the fourth annual Rally for Research! Kevin and I are so thankful to have the support of our family and friends. You are all a blessing to our family. We couldn't do this without you!"

Sincerely, Kevin and Debbie Eaise

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