Foundation News

Posted: Dec 17, 2019

By: Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation

2020 Run for the Rose

Sunday, November 15 through Sunday, December 6

Posted: Apr 2, 2019

By: RunFAR

Posted: Dec 13, 2018

By: Run for the Rose

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Posted: Dec 27, 2016

By: Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation

Marnie's Capes of Courage

Marnie's Capes of Courage provides superhero capes to pediatric patients overcoming difficult procedures and health challenges.

Posted: Sep 16, 2015

By: Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center Gateways Magazine

Posted: Sep 19, 2013

By: MD Anderson

A Rose Like No Other

A lot has changed since 2002, when Marnie Rose, M.D., was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 27. For starters, The Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation has contributed more than $2.4 million to immunotherapy research, drug development and five brain cancer clinical trials at MD Anderson.

Posted: Nov 1, 2012

By: Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital

Houston's Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation Exceeds $3 Million in Total Donations to MD Anderson's Brain Cancer Research

Houston's Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation Exceeds $3 Million in Total Donations to MD Anderson's Brain Cancer Research, Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital

HOUSTON, TEXAS - You may remember Dr. Marnie Rose, the 28-year-old pediatric resident at Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital who became a local celebrity after revealing on the 2002 ABC reality show  Houston Medical  that she was battling brain cancer - and one of the deadliest of human cancers, a glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).

Posted: Mar 22, 2012

By: MD Anderson

Running for Jennie

Kristin Elmore feels honored to have spent last year as roommate and caregiver to her true, blue best friend, Jennie, who died...

Posted: Mar 19, 2012

By: Cancerwise - MD Anderson

Run Honoring Brain Tumor Patients Celebrates 10th Anniversary

In 2002, Marnie Rose, M.D., stunned viewers of the nationally televised reality series Houston medical by pulling off her....

Posted: Mar 21, 2007

By: CBS News