Coach Rob's Golf Tournament
2017 we raised $20,000 for cancer research and this brings our 12 year total to $500,000.
These proceeds will be used to fund the International Myeloma Foundation
and help find a cure for Multiple Myeloma.
Thank you for your support!!
– Salt Lake City, UT
Cancer Institute/ University of Utah
and Hematologic Malignancies
“Anti-CD229 Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cells for the Treatment
of Multiple Myeloma”
Multiple myeloma (MM) is an incurable blood cancer. It has
recently been shown that the immune system is able to control tumor growth and
in some cases to even cure cancer. Specifically, immune cells engineered to
express chimeric antigen receptors (CAR) that specifically recognize structures
on the surface of tumor cells have shown remarkable clinical results in patients
with blood cancers. We have discovered a protein specifically expressed on MM
cells and developed several CARs recognizing this antigen that are able to kill
MM cells. We propose to determine the therapeutic potential of these CARs in
vitro and in vivo.
Help us find a cure for Multiple Myeloma,
Together we can make a difference
recognized by Florida Hospital
Get the details here
Please join us as we pursue a cure for
multiple Myeloma at the 2018 Coach Rob’s Golf Tournament.
Sponsorships are available
For more information
Birmingham - 407-739-6268
This year's Golf Tournament will be held on Saturday October
at 8:30 A.M.. Be sure to mark
your calendar and join us for a fun day of golf while helping a great cause -
finding the cure for Multiple Myeloma.
Register to Play
Coach Rob's Benefit Golf Tournament is a charitable organization created solely to aide
in cancer research through donations to hospitals and research institutions. We are exempt from Federal Income tax under section 501
(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are deductible under section
170 of the Code. DLN:17053179091026
Multiple Myeloma is a bone marrow cancer. It affects the blood producing
cells in the bone marrow. Although there is no cure for myeloma, it is a
treatable disease. There are approximately 15,000 new cases of myeloma in the
United States each year.
When Rob Bradford was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma he was
given 32 months to live. With the assistance and support from the Moffitt
Cancer Center, the Florida Hospital Oncology, and the International Myeloma
Foundation, Rob fought his battle for 10 years until his passing in December,
Please help us honor this courageous man and participate with
us to fulfill Rob's dream of finding a cure - Together we can make a difference.
In the future we hope to expand not only our playing time together, but also
in our giving back. Hopefully within the next year or two we can add more
activities to "Coach Rob's Benefit Bash". We would also like to be able to start
a fund with H. Lee Moffit for patients who cannot afford treatment.
The organizations supported by Coach Rob's charity efforts are: