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  • Support Spinal Cord Injury Research

    Support Spinal Cord Injury Research

    Tournament and Silent Auction Saturday, November 25 at CWHS

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Please join us at C-W High School on Saturday, November 25, to help support research for a cure for spinal cord injuries and other neurodegenerative conditions.

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    2017 David Busta Bags Tournament & Silent Auction

    Tournament Info The tournament will consist of four divisions – competitive, recreational, couples and youth (ages 17 and under). Registration fee is $40 per team for competitive, recreational and couples divisions and $30 per team for the youth division. Registration fee includes a t-shirt and a minimum of three games...

    • Chetek-Weyerhaueser High School, 1001 Knapp St, Chetek, WI 54728
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2017 Progress

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    Spinal Cord Research

    All funds donated to the David Busta Basketball Tournament and Silent Auction go to support spinal cord injury research at the UW Madison Waisman Center. Donations can also be made by check and sent to the following address. Checks should...

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A Note From The Waisman Center

  • “We are incredibly grateful for the support of David Busta, his family, and the community who participates in his fundraising efforts. The David Busta Stem Cell Fund at the Waisman Center helps us advance scientific discovery that will one day lead to treatments for spinal cord injuries. We are now closer thanks to David’s generous and ongoing efforts.”

    Albee Messing

    Interim Director of the Waisman Center

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