The Stanley G Paxson Family Foundation was formed in loving memory of our beloved Stan Paxson who passed away on August 2, 2012 of kidney cancer. We hold an annual golf tournament with all the proceeds donated to The City of Hope, for kidney cancer research.

The 4TH Annual Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation Golf Tournament will be held

Friday, November 4, 2016 at Black Golf Golf Club, Yorba Linda, CA

Tournament information, sponsorship levels, and how to register for the tournament will be sent out soon.

Please click on the link below for the  “Save The Date”.

2016 Golf Tourney Save The Date

We look forward to seeing everyone this year and thank you for your continued support of this worthy cause. 

The Third Annual Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation Golf Tournament 

Friday, October 30, 2015

The Crossings, Carlsbad, CA

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The Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation is pleased to announce that $51,000 was raised at the third annual charity golf tournament held October 30, 2015 at the Crossings at Carlsbad.  All funds raised will benefit the City of Hope’s  Kidney Cancer Research.

The Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation sends its heartfelt thanks to  everyone for their generous donations and participation in the tournament.  We could not have done it without you and look forward to continued success and participation in helping to raise funds towards a cure.

The Third Annual Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation Golf Tournament will be held

Friday, October 30, 2015 at The Crossings at Carlsbad in Carlsbad, California.

Please click on the link below to find out more about tournament information, sponsorship levels, and how to register for the tournament.

 2015 Stanley G Paxson Golf Tournament Save the Date

We look forward to seeing everyone this year and thank you for your continued support of this worthy cause. 

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A Message from Dr. Pal

“The 2014-2015 academic year was one of amazing growth for the City of Hope Kidney Cancer Program. We have had immense progress in moving forward a national clinical trial which will be led by Dr. Pal.  This trial will include nearly 200 patients with kidney cancer, and will assess four new drugs for a rare type of kidney cancer called papillary disease.  Like Stan’s cancer, this subtype is particularly aggressive and is wont for new treatments and therapies.  We have also seen two new drugs approved for advanced kidney cancer.  These drugs were looked at in phase I trials (typically considered first-in-human trials) many years ago.  Since we reported our data, they have moved into phase III (late stage) clinical trials and are now well on their way to FDA approval.  This is an exciting example of how the City of Hope Kidney Cancer Program is able to offer patients potentially transformative therapies years ahead of when they are available through traditional routes.  Inspired by Stan and others, we strive towards implementing new cancer treatments for our patients ahead of our peers – only by staying at the cutting edge of research will we ever find a cure for this devastating disease.”

Sumanta K. Pal, M.D. Assistant Professor and Co-Director, Kidney Cancer Program  

Department of Medical Oncology & Experimental Therapeutics                      

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center

 


The 2nd Annual Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation Golf Tournament

Friday, October 17, 2014

The Crossings at Carlsbad, CA.

 

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The Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation is pleased to announce that $50,000 was raised at the second annual charity golf tournament held October 17, 2014 at the Crossings at Carlsbad.  All funds raised will benefit the City of Hope’s  Kidney Cancer Research.

The Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation sends its heartfelt thanks to  everyone for their generous donations and participation in the tournament.  We could not have done it without you and look forward to continued success and participation in helping to raise funds towards a cure.

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The  1st Annual Stanley G. Paxson Family Foundation Golf Tournament

raised $42,500 for The City of Hope Kidney Cancer Research.

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