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Portland's 'Teen Jeopardy!' champ helps raise more cash for cancer research

bizjournals Thursday, 16 January 2020
What is $200,000? How much Avi Gupta, the "Teen Jeopardy!" champion helped raise for pancreatic cancer research at Oregon Health & Science University. Gupta made headlines last fall when he donated $10,314 of his $100,000 prize money to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute in honor of longtime and beloved "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek, who is battling pancreatic cancer. Gupta, who graduated from Catlin Gabel School and is now a freshman at Columbia University, was back in Portland on Wednesday to announce…
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