Hyundai Hope Grant Celebration

Memorial Sloan Kettering pediatric oncologist Aisha Hasan in front of the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car, which travels across the country to raise awareness of childhood cancer. Dr. Hasan received a 2013 Hyundai Hope Grant of $250,000, which she will use to develop novel immune therapies for metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma and desmoplastic small round blue cell tumor. Memorial Sloan Kettering pediatric oncologist Aisha Hasan in front of the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car, which travels across the country to raise awareness of childhood cancer. Dr. Hasan received a 2013 Hyundai Hope Grant of $250,000, which she will use to develop novel immune therapies for metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma and desmoplastic small round blue cell tumor.
Frankie, 6, inspects his bright red paint as he prepares to kick off the handprint ceremony. Frankie, 6, inspects his bright red paint as he prepares to kick off the handprint ceremony.
Tripp, 5, and Talia, 6, eagerly await their hand paint. Tripp, 5, and Talia, 6, eagerly await their hand paint.
Scarlett, 3, leaves her handprint on the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car. Scarlett, 3, leaves her handprint on the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car.
The handprints of Memorial Sloan Kettering pediatric cancer patients will appear on the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car, along with the handprints of other pediatric cancer patients from around the country. The handprints of Memorial Sloan Kettering pediatric cancer patients will appear on the Hyundai Hope on Wheels car, along with the handprints of other pediatric cancer patients from around the country.