REGIS CHAIR FOR BREAST CANCER RESEARCH ESTABLISHED
The Regis Foundation for Breast Cancer Research is pleased to announce that the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota has established the Regis Chair for Breast Cancer Research. This milestone will help the Masonic Cancer Center attract, retain and support the work of leading breast cancer researchers. Renowned surgical oncologist Todd M. Tuttle, M.D. has been named the inaugural chair holder.
“We’re very proud of our partnership with the Masonic Cancer Center and are honored that Dr. Tuttle will be advancing the center’s breast cancer research,” said Dan Hanrahan, Regis Corporation President and CEO. “At Regis, we’re able to support breast cancer research because of our Clip for the Cure campaign, which is made possible by the tremendous generosity and commitment from our stylists, guests and business partners across the country.”
The primary fundraiser for the Regis Foundation for Breast Cancer Research is Regis Corporation’s annual Clip for the Cure haircutting event, which was held on Saturday, October 18th. Stylists performed over 220,000 haircuts at over 7,000 salons. Regis Corporation donated 10% of proceeds from each haircut to the Foundation. In addition, throughout September and October, salon guests bought “pink products” and gave donations.
Since it was founded in 1994, the Regis Foundation for Breast Cancer Research has raised over $11 million for breast cancer research. We appreciate your generosity!
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Inspiration to keep fighting for a cure.
Supporting groundbreaking research at nationally recognized centers that are leading the way in breast cancer research.
Clip for the Cure press coverage.