Campuses Against Cancer groups raise funds for the Brain Tumor Society, a non-profit organization which provides money for cancer and brain-tumor research as well as education and support groups for patients and famililes, Kaufman said. The group currently has chapters on 11 other college and university campuses on the East Coast. Those attending the first meeting will help decide the focus the group will take. "The group can be made into whatever they want," Kaufman said last night. "What they want to do is what can be done." In addition to raising funds for the Brain Tumor Society, Campuses Against Cancer groups at other colleges and universities work with cancer patients and help set up support groups for cancer patients. The meeting will be held in the Bishop White Room on the second floor of Houston Hall at 7 p.m. -- Emily CulbertsonComments powered by Disqus
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