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The Dylan Toma Osteosarcoma Research Fund

Donate to Dylan's
Osteosarcoma Research Fund

Dylan was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in his left humerus in January 2016, when he was nine years old. Since then, he has relapsed four times. Over the past 5 years, he has endured at least 20 trips to the OR, 3 different chemotherapy regimens, four targeted therapies, and an immunotherapy clinical trial. When not in the hospital, Dylan enjoys building Legos, cuddling with and sneaking treats to his dog Buster, cooking, and playing Fortnite and Overwatch with his friends. He is a huge fan of the Marvel Universe, The Flash, and The Office. 

MIB Agents has been an incredible resource for our family. In addition to providing helpful patient programs and funding important osteosarcoma research, MIB Agents has created a passionate and active osteosarcoma community that connects patients, families, clinicians, and researchers to fuel and advance collaborative learning and research. Not only has it provided a support system by connecting us with other families and patients, but it has given us access to a network of osteosarcoma experts that have been invaluable resources during Dylan’s battle.

MIB Agents is a leading pediatric osteosarcoma nonprofit dedicated to Making It Better for our community of patients, caregivers, doctors, and researchers with the goal of less toxic, more effective treatments and a cure for this aggressive bone cancer.

 

Supporting Doctors, Researchers, and the Medical Community

Supporting Kids with Osteosarcoma

We are committed to Making it Better for adolescents and young adults with bone cancer (osteosarcoma). Your donation has a profound and direct effect on our missions.  

A receipt will be provided for your taxes. If you prefer to mail a check:

Payable To:
MIB Agents (please include Dylan in the memo line)
P.O. Box 858, Barnard, VT 05031

Thank you for using your powers for good to Make It Better for kids with osteosarcoma. 

FED ID #81-110990

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