Support Miles for Melanoma in Memory of My Father, Keith Rosen
The cure for melanoma begins with me.
I am participating in Miles for Melanoma in memory of my father, Keith Rosen, who we lost to melanoma in 1998. I was only 16 years old. He didn't see me graduate from high school or college. He never met my amazing nieces and nephew and see the amazing parents my siblings have become. He wasn't able to grow old with my mom and go on the amazing adventures she has been lucky to go on.
I remember finding a diary entry a few years back that I had written when my dad was sick and it said that if something happened to him, I wanted to get involved and do something to help. That's why every since my first half marathon in 2013, I have continued to raise money every year for the Melanoma Research Foundation.
Melanoma is the deadliest and fastest growing form of skin cancer and we all want a cure to be found soon. Miles for Melanoma is the way people come together to take action and help support this fight and the mission of the Melanoma Research Foundation.
Wear your sunscreen, stay out of the tanning beds, and please consider a donation towards the fight against melanoma. Thank you for continued support of me and my family, Keith's Crusaders!
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