October 25, 2017 – As a teenager, Dr. Annette Khaled watched her grandmother battle cancer, and it was then she committed to trying to find a cure. Today, she is a breast cancer researcher at the College of Medicine’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences and is featured in a national TV public service announcement (PSA) which aired on Lifetime network during Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Dr. Khaled has been involved with the Cure Bowl since it’s inception in 2015. She comments: “The AutoNation Cure Bowl is a perfect way to enjoy great college football and support cancer research being done in your own back yard.” Bringing Teams Together to Find a Cure for Cancer. The AutoNation Cure Bowl is more than a game. It’s a celebration of the women who are living with breast cancer today and those who will face it tomorrow. Funds raised from the AutoNation Cure Bowl directly benefit the nation’s highest rated breast cancer organization, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, whose mission is committed to exclusively funding cancer research. View PSA