American Cancer Society
The wigs come in all colors and styles and are provided by the American Cancer Society.
The Relay 4 Life began at 9 a.m. Friday and for 24 hours teams walk around the track at Hatboro-Horsham High School raising thousands of dollars for the American Cancer Society.
The idea is people donate $20 to have one of seven toilets left in a friend’s front yard in order to “flush cancer.” So the Hansons were disheartened when someone stole one of the toilets from a lawn in Audubon.
Several hundred riders took part in the 41st annual American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon on Sunday which began in Philadelphia and finished 65 miles away in Buena Vista, New Jersey.
The final vote came after some last-minute pleas from those on both sides of the issue.
A retired Philadelphia police detective is among those the American Cancer Society is recognizing during this Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
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The American Cancer Society is trying to get 300,000 Americans to participate in the “Cancer Prevention Study III.”
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Hundreds of people were signing up in center city Philadelphia to take part in a decades-long study on preventing cancer.
The teams with 21 to a boat – lined up on the river’s east bank. Some were there for the fun of it, but a lot of teams were there to raise money for charities.
Nearly 14 million Americans are cancer survivors, and that number is expected to skyrocket over the next decade. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on why and the challenges it brings.
The push is not due to the recent hue and cry over that New Jersey mom and her child in a tanning facility, but to what the American Cancer Society says are scary new figures about melanoma.
“We’re having a yard sale, and all of the proceeds are going to be donated to the American Cancer Society or the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure,” say Katie Stonelake and Kara Schmidt.
The American Cancer Society is looking for people between the ages of 30 and 65 to participate in “Cancer Prevention Study 3,” a long-term, national study exploring the role of genetics in cancer development.