Cupid’s Undie Run

By AFM Staff – January 21, 2022

ABOUT CUPID’S UNDIE RUN 

Established in February 2010 in Washington, DC, Cupid’s Undie Run, a one-mile (ish) run for  charity, funds research through the Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) to find effective  treatments to help people living with neurofibromatosis (NF). Held in more than 40 cities  globally, the event combines a prerace party, an undie run and an after-party. For more  information, visit: cupids.org. 

ABOUT THE CHILDREN’S TUMOR FOUNDATION  

The Children’s Tumor Foundation is the world’s leading nonprofit dedicated to funding and  driving innovative research that will result in effective treatments for the millions of people  worldwide living with NF, a group of genetic disorders that causes tumors to grow on nerves  throughout the body. One in every 3,000 people is born with some type of neurofibromatosis or  schwannomatosis, which may lead to blindness, deafness, bone abnormalities, disfigurement,  learning disabilities, disabling pain, or cancer. NF affects all populations equally, and while  there is no cure yet, the Children’s Tumor Foundation mission of driving research, expanding  knowledge, and advancing care for the NF community fosters our vision of one day ending NF.  For more information, please visit: ctf.org.

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