Run for Gus 2020
To optimize safety, event attendees should ensure they do not have any respiratory symptoms and have not travelled to high risk areas in the last 14 days. If you anticipate any future travel in advance of the event, please stay abreast on travel advisories here: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices. Lurie Children’s is continuing to work closely with the Illinois and Chicago Departments of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and follow their guidance on infection control measures as they evolve. We will continue to update our guidelines as more information becomes available.
Due to COVID-19, Run for Gus is virtual this year. All activities are taking place on September 17 - 20.
Run for Gus
The race to beat pediatric brain tumors.
When you join Run for Gus, presented by Deloitte, you decide the start time and the route. Run, jog, or walk on the road, on the trail, or on the treadmill. Just like our traditional race, we will bring you inspiring stories, friendly competition and fun incentives. However you race, every step gets us closer to finding new treatments, improving care and discovering breakthroughs that lead to cures.Read More
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Sharing their story and kicking off the event, the patient champion is our inspiration to continue to race to beat brain tumors.
Megan, a star endurance runner at her suburban Chicago high school and all-around active teen, woke up with a limp. “By lunchtime she couldn’t walk normally at all,” Megan’s mom recalled. Doctors at Lurie Children’s discovered Megan had a tumor in her cervical spinal cord. Just six months after her surgery Megan competed at a track meet. “I run because I refuse to let cancer take what I love away from me and I support Lurie Children’s so more kids have a chance to do what they love.”
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