Bruce Gorder UCSD 5K Walk for Melanoma

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The 22nd annual Bruce Gorder UCSD 5K Walk for Melanoma will take place on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015. 

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This annual fall event helps build the public's awareness of the importance of prevention and early detection of melanoma.  The walk begins and ends at Moores Cancer Center and includes free skin cancer screenings for registered participants.

To stay up to date throughout the year, you can like the UCSD Annual Gorder Walk for Melanoma Awareness page on Facebook.

Hear Chuck Gorder talk about how the walk raises money and saves lives through melanoma screenings.

About the Walk

The walk is named for Bruce Brunner Gorder, who was 37 when he died from melanoma in 1992, leaving a wife and young daughter.

To honor Bruce’s courage and his memory, his father Charles F. “Chuck” Gorder Sr. and family founded the Bruce Gorder UCSD 5k Walk for Melanoma.

This walk raises funds to directly support melanoma research at the Moores Cancer Center and has raised more than $1.1 million to date.


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