CareOne Raises $1.7M for Breast Cancer Research Foundation at One-night Event

CareOne Raises $1.7M for Breast Cancer Research Foundation at One-night Event
CareOne, a family-owned healthcare company, raised $1.7 million to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) and its efforts to eliminate breast cancer (BC) — the second deadliest cancer among women in the U.S. — through this year's Queen of Hearts Ball & Casino Night event in New York City. Money from the Feb. 9 fundraiser will be used to accelerate discovery into all aspects of breast cancer, from its biology and genetics, to prevention, treatment, and metastasis, according to a press release. CareOne, specialized in post-hospital, rehabilitation, assisted living, and long-term care, each year selects a charitable organization to support through its fundraising event. Past initiatives raised almost $5 million for charities that include The Valerie Fund Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, and Boston's One Fund. This year, the company chose to celebrate BCRF’s work and its commitment to ending breast cancer by advancing state-of-the-art research. BCRF, founded in 1993, has funded research that lead to major discoveries in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship. This year, BCRF is investing $54 million in research, supporting the work of 240 scientists in 13 countries. "The commitment made by CareOne, Daniel E. Straus and his family is incredibly inspiring. They are second to none. We are thrilled to have CareOne and the Stra
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