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Why Do I Relay ?

Posted Jun 07 2012 4:20pm

Cancer made its mark on my family in 1990 when my mother was diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer. It’s an experience that no family wants to go through, but none the less, a lot of families battle this disease that they call the “BIG C” and it stinks. 

I have others that I know in my family and friends that have fought hard against cancer. I myself have precursors for cancer, so I go to specialist twice a year for screenings.   My screenings will be a part of my life forever.  I do not have cancer, but I am one of the lucky ones that have the blessing of an early prevention, early cure.

I thank the American Cancer Society for campaigning the early detection, early cure cause. It has saved so many lives and has giving hope to many families that are living with cancer.
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I “Relay” because I want to see an end to cancer. I “Relay” to help raise money for important services and programs that support cancer patients and their families every step of the way. I Relay because cancer has affected people in my life whom I love and as affected many of my families and friends. I Relay to raise money for more clinical trials and programs to help patients while fighting cancer. I Relay to remember those that have lost their battle with cancer. I Relay For Life.

If you would like to donate to my team please click the link below.  Thank you!
http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR?pg=team&fr_id=37180&team_id=1203351


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