Together, we can save lives from cancer. This year, nearly 1.5 million people will hear the words “You have cancer,” and there’s a good chance that some of them will be people we know and love. I have chosen to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays – where cancer never steals another year from anybody’s life – by helping the American Cancer Society’s work. With our help, the American Cancer Society saves lives and creates more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back. For nearly a century, the American Cancer Society has fought for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community.
A message from Professor Jason Linetsky. Greetings all. There is one month left until I join in my 4th Take Your Base walk and finally have a chance to ask for your support! With many of my family members dead from cancer, including my father and my aunt (who the team is named after), I feel this walk is very important to be part of. This is not for one specific cancer so if you had/have any relatives who have dealt with cancer then this walk is for you too! So, here’s my request from you: Please, donate something to my team and/or join me to walk down the beautiful Coney Island Boardwalk. It’s always a fantastic event with the Brooklyn Cyclone players and mascots coming out to meet everyone then give autographs at the end of it. A light breakfast is provided to get the energy up and water breaks along the route if needed. Will you join me? So come on out. firstname.lastname@example.org Click Link
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