18th edition - Rob Lutterman - Ski for a cure

A sunny and successful 18th edition of Rob Lutterman – Ski for a Cure!

The sun shone bright for all those who participated the event at Mont Sutton on February the 18th, 2017. Thanks to family and friends, nearly $50,000 was raised this year to help fund research into pancreatic cancer.

This annual fundraising event is held in memory of avid skier Rob Lutterman who died of pancreatic cancer in 1999 at the age of 63. The Rob Lutterman - Ski for a Cure event has been a beacon of hope for pancreatic research in Canada. Thanks to the event and the accompanying Rob Lutterman Memorial Fund, over $1.2M have been distributed to research dedicated to pancreatic cancer.






WhenFebruary 18th 2017
Where: Mont Sutton
Amount raised: nearly $50,000

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YOUR GIFT IN ACTION

The Rob Lutterman Memorial Fund has so far contributed $1.2 million to strategic pancreatic cancer research. The first grant of $300,000 went to researcher Dr. Norman Kneteman at the University of Alberta. A second grant for the same amount was awarded in 2010 to researcher Dr. Michel L. Tremblay from McGill University in Montreal and his team. Since then, 4 other researchers were awarded a grant in 2013-2014: Dr. Nathalie Coburn from the Sunnybrook Odette Cancer Center, Dr. Ralph Da Costa from the Princess Margaret Cancer Center and the Lesly Dan Faculty of Pharmacy (University of Toronto), Dr. Raymond Reilly from the University of Toronto and finally, Dr. Christopher Pin from Western University.
 

The Gazette - Applause: Skiers raise money for pancreatic cancer research | March 26th 2016

La Voix de l'Est - Cancer du pancréas : traquer le tueur tranquille | February 21st 2016

Press release February 17th 2016

La Voix de l'Est - 45 000 $ pour la recherche sur le cancer du pancréas | February 23th 2015

Press release February 20th 2015

Press release February 17th 2014

Press release February 26th 2013

LaMetropole.com - 75 000 $ pour la recherche | February 29th 2012

Press release February 28th 2012