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Were calling on ALL of our Friends of the Reds as today is Matthews 46 Faces of Rally Day!

For those unfamiliar, we came to know our Manchester United Super Supporter Matthew McMahon via a Chevrolet FC activation for the #BestDayEver. 

Matthew was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in his right distal femur (his knee) on February 11, 2014 and brought to the doctor believing he had a sports injury. To everyones surprise, they discovered he had cancer. 

He endured ten weeks of chemotherapy until May 2014, followed by surgery to remove the tumor with a procedure called Rotationplasty. This is where the diseased bone (femur & knee) is removed and his bottom half leg (tibia and foot) is brought up, turned 180 degrees and attached to the upper part of his femur. His new knee is his heel and his ankle is his new knee joint. His foot slides into a prosthesis in which he controls the movement. It took some time for him to get use to walking with a prosthesis. 

This radical surgery gives him the best chance of returning to an active life. In fact, he just completed a triathlon! 

Matthew is only has $460 left to reach his goal. Will you help? 

Can you donate $46? How about $4.60? No amount is too small! 

Honor Matthew today by helping him reach his $1,500 goal for childhood cancer research! Donate here: http://bit.ly/2bPwN8w

Did you know 46 kids are diagnosed with cancer every school day? 

#46FacesofRally #BeBoldGoGoldRallyOn #BestDayEver

We're calling on ALL of our Friends of the Reds as today is Matthew's 46 Faces of Rally Day!

For those unfamiliar, we came to know our Manchester United Super Supporter Matthew McMahon via a Chevrolet FC activation for the #BestDayEver.

Matthew was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in his right distal femur (his knee) on February 11, 2014 and brought to the doctor believing he had a sports injury. To everyone's surprise, they discovered he had cancer.

He endured ten weeks of chemotherapy until May 2014, followed by surgery to remove the tumor with a procedure called Rotationplasty. This is where the diseased bone (femur & knee) is removed and his bottom half leg (tibia and foot) is brought up, turned 180 degrees and attached to the upper part of his femur. His new "knee" is his heel and his ankle is his new knee joint. His foot slides into a prosthesis in which he controls the movement. It took some time for him to get use to walking with a prosthesis.

This radical surgery gives him the best chance of returning to an active life. In fact, he just completed a triathlon!

Matthew is only has $460 left to reach his goal. Will you help?

Can you donate $46? How about $4.60? No amount is too small!

Honor Matthew today by helping him reach his $1,500 goal for childhood cancer research! Donate here: bit.ly/2bPwN8w

Did you know 46 kids are diagnosed with cancer every school day?

#46FacesofRally #BeBoldGoGoldRallyOn #BestDayEver
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