Scott Williams is riding the historic Natchez Trace Parkway to raise awareness and vital funding for glioblastoma multiforme, the type of brain tumor that he currently lives with.My CARES Foundation is an avid supporter and funder of this type of brain cancer research. At CARES, which stands for Cancer Alliance for Research, Education, and Survivorship, we know that investing in cancer research today provides hope for a better quality of life and a promise of effective treatments tomorrow.
Please join us and support Scott in his Erase the Trace Ride for GBM on April 25, 2021. Scott is riding the length of the Natchez Trace, starting at in Natchez, Mississippi and completing his journey in Franklin, Tennessee. You can help support Scott and his ride by sponsoring him, cycling a portion of the Natchez Trace with him, joining him virtually in an endurance ride of your own, or by cheering him on and donating by visiting: https://fundraise.scottcares.org/EraseTheTrace
“Despite being diagnosed with this aggressive, terminal illness, God has graciously blessed me with great health, unlike so many others with my diagnosis.GBM is a disease with no known cause and no known cure, and one that usually leaves a trace of cancer cells behind, even after the most successful of surgeries. I just want to use this gift of health to bless others while I’m still able.” ~ Scott Williams
Scott has set out to raise critical funding to help erase every trace of glioblastoma.CARES is fortunate to have him as a proud partner and advocate.Cycling is a sport of committed and disciplined athletes, amateurs, casual weekend riders and people like my friend Scott, who, although living with glioblastoma, exemplifies my challenge to everyone to Live Your Days.No matter your level in the cycling or riding world, you can make a difference.
Now is the time to come together and invest in the inaugural Erase the Trace Ride to change the future of cancer care by funding advanced, innovative research that treats the cancer while sparing the patient. Proceeds from Erase the Trace will support a glioblastoma research endeavor and CARTI Cancer Center, where Scott is currently treated.