Malcolm Sutherland-Foggio has been battling cancer and related issues in the research lab as well as his own body for nine years. The youngest of three boys, 20-year- old Malcolm Sutherland-Foggio was an active healthy child until his hip began hurting in 2008. At the age of 10, he was diagnosed with Pelvic Ewing's Sarcoma, a highly aggressive and malignant bone tumor. From the very beginning of his journey, Malcolm began publicly speaking out and raising funds through the sale of wristbands, all while enduring 14 rounds of chemotherapy, surgery to remove his hip, endless side effects, rehabilitation, and keeping up with schoolwork. Malcolm realized that he saw no awareness for pediatric cancers and learned that only 3% of cancer research funds are directed toward pediatrics. Due to these and many other influences, Malcolm incorporated a non-profit called Make Some Noise: Cure Kids Cancer, Inc. which has raised $2 million for pediatric cancer research since 2009.