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CISCRP holds special events throughout the year to educate, raise awareness, and further our mission. We host open events for patients and the public, as well as presentations and seminars for research and medical professionals. Although we are based in Boston, events are often held in cities across the world, so look out for us in your area!For many events, CISCRP relies on support from government agencies, foundations, and industry members. Please email Ellyn at support@ciscrp.org to learn more about event sponsorship opportunities.

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Medical Heroes Appreciation Run & Walk

April 29 @ 6:30 am - 7:45 am PDT

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April 29
6:30 am - 7:45 am
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CISCRP Med Hero 5K Events


Washington Convention Center
705 Pike St
Seattle, WA 98101 United States
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Join us for our Medical Heroes Appreciation Run & Walk in Seattle, WA to celebrate the study volunteers who give the gift of participation in clinical research. The Medical Heroes Appreciation Run & Walk for professionals will begin at 6:30am on Saturday, April 29, in conjunction with the annual meeting at the Washington State Convention Center.

Registration is free, however a donation of $25 or higher is encouraged. All proceeds will provide education and outreach about clinical research participation to patients and their families in minority and under-served communities.

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PLUS: The Greater Gift Initiative is teaming up with CISCRP again to offer a vaccine to a child in need on behalf of every registrant!

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For more information and to learn about sponsorship opportunities,
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Thank You to Our 2017 Sponsors!

It is said that the greatest gift is one which is given anonymously, giving when you do not know whether you will get direct personal benefit. Medical Heroes give us this unique gift.

Medical Heroes are the individuals who help advance public health and medical knowledge by taking part in clinical research trials. They are found in everyday places, and they deserve our support and gratitude. All proceeds go towards education and outreach programs that
empower patients and increase health literacy.