United 2 Cure In Action
Tessa Ebert was only 18 months of age when she was diagnosed with a right retroperitoneal infrarenal mass (a tumor) called a Neuroblastoma Stage 2A. The tumor measured 6.3 cm by 8 cm.
Unfortunately, Tessa’s parents were farmers in rural Colorado and couldn’t afford to pay for her treatment at a local hospital. When Boyd Yarbough (board of directions) brought Tessa’s case to UNITED2CURE’s attention during October 2011, U2C decided to help…
Tessa’s Video Recap
U2C offered free advice to Tessa’s doctors in Colorado about how to treat Tessa’s cancer.
How We Began
A group of humanitarians and expert physician faculty members at MD Anderson Cancer Center who share their passion, knowledge and expertise in comprehensive cancer care to help cure underprivileged children in the U.S. and around the globe.
Our mission is to bring state of the art cancer treatment to disadvantaged children anywhere in the world and provide lifesaving medical interventions that are available but inaccessible to them.
To provide access to available cancer curing medical interventions in the child’s own environment so that their family integrity is preserved and incorported in the process of healing by using the latest developments in medicine. We will follow these children who overcome cancer to help them fulfill their dreams…