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Relay for Life

June 1, 2018
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
7005 Reading Rd , Cincinnati, OH 45237United States
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  • 5 Hours

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What we'll doJoin us to bring communities together to remember loved ones lost, honor survivors of all cancers, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society make a global impact on cancer.
Who can do itEveryone!

Relay For Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, helping communities across the globe to raise money and save lives. Every dollar raised at these events helps the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking cancer research, crucial patient care services, and education and prevention initiatives.

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7005 Reading Rd , Cincinnati, OH 45237United States

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American Cancer Society

Skin cancer is by far the most common type of cancer, but there are steps you can take to reduce your risk. #CoverYourBases ... See MoreSee Less

By researching cancer broadly and studying human biology deeply, we empower scientists to uncover vital aspects at play in cancer that would otherwise go unnoticed. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Trillions of dollars of donated money have been spent on "cancer research." This has been going for many, many decades. My RN told me there has been NO advancements in my tnbc for treatment. It's all chemo, chemo chemo. The incompetence is absolutely astounding. I can only surmise that they have a cure but will not disclose because it would destroy a multi billion dollar industry.

CURE THIS HORRIBLE DISEASE! Get in touch with your senators/congress people and tell them they MUST make major pharmaceutical DO SOMETHING about releasing....creating a cure for cancer!! SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS is too long for nothing new being done for treatments

I support Relay and the many advancements it is making with Meds, early detection, treatments. This is true for all aspects with the many diseases, research is very important. Go Relay teams...

That's the letter waiting for me at home. Evidently Evicore who Cigna hired as 3rd party denial team already denied prior authorization for my breast cancer. Evicore loves to deny MRI and MRA for brain cancer survivors (my son who is brain cancer survivor since age 3). What good is scientists finding ways to fight cancer if the private insurance companies who make tons of profits find ways to deny cancer patients?! And they do it by 3rd party entities like Evicore and Carecentrix! This needs to stop!

Relay ForLife helps all cancers

That's good Cathy

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American Cancer Society

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Patty, Mindy, Stacy

Show your love for mom with our new profile frame. For those who are cancer survivors, for our caregivers, and for those who are no longer with us, we love you.Try it now!

Show your love for mom with our new profile frame. For those who are cancer survivors, for our caregivers, and for those who are no longer with us, we love you.

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For all those that are fighting cancer or have lost the battle

I'm fighting every day with Lord on my side . I am. A surviver. I have had 62 surgeries. Died 6 times. Yet still alive today. God bless everyone. Who I's going through

I'm a two time survivor 🙏 Prayers for everyone still fighting! ❤

I was diagnosed with breast cancer 2015, I’m so proud to say I’m alive and well. Thank you Lord!

hi how to apply this American Cancer Society ,can you help us of how my live- inpartner he has colon cancer and he need help financially may this Society can help him thank you his name Alain Verano from Cebu City.

I may have survived my cancer (stage 3 anal cancer, no one recognizes this cancer.)?? but the side effects from the treatment I’m afraid are going to do me in. Everything hurts. Nothing works right, I’m always tired. And I’m losing my teeth. I am starting to feel like a howl shell of my former self. I haven’t paid all of the last two years medical bills and now follow up tests, pulling rotten teeth and some how dentures!!! I guess I get to die of starvation and being broke. I really do want ME back.

I have survived cancer 3 times and am so happy to be alive. xooxxo

I'm a mom going through treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. After the initial chemo didn't work, I tried immunotherapy - and that did the trick. Now I am prepping for a stem cell transplant in June to rid the lymphoma once and for all. I have a nine-year-old son who has been a champion through all this - being a mom helped me get through all the treatments as my son helped me smile and laugh and that is so crucial! My own mother is a breast cancer survivor and she has been instrumental in my recovery. Go Moms! I also belong to a support group -comprised of "moms" - some survivors and some like me who are in treatment. Being a mom and a dad in treatment is very challenging and emotional and hats off to all the parents going through this tough time...

I lost my Mom to uterine cancer 12/22/13. The year before, my dad's niece was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and December 2012, Mom was diagnosed with the uterine cancer.

I'm glad you survived and you're still so beautiful what about those that survived and not so beautiful anymore because of the cancer you only show The Beautiful People what about the people that aren't so pretty anymore due to cancer trashing their face or their limbs you don't show them do you selfish cancer people that supposed to help

I am a 9 year cancer Survivor as of May 21 2009 or was after chemo October 2009 breast cancer. I lost my Mom May 14 2009 to colon Cancer. I took care of her, I never could tell her about my cancer. I want her to concentrate on her own healing that didn’t happen😩. I miss you mom , tell I’m with you again. May is not a good mouth for me , mother day- my passing on May 14- my birthday on the 19- breast gone on May 21st - our 37 anniversary on the 23rd.. I should love May. But I still miss my mom so much....

I was diagnosed with cancer in May, 2017 and i am proud to say I am a survivor

I lost my mama to transitional cell carcinoma December of 2013. She was my world and I was hers. I miss her every second of everyday. Happy Mother’s Day to all you beautiful fierce fighters and to the ones we have lost ❤️

My parents, on their wedding day...May 1942, London, England.

I lost my mom to Non Hodgkin's lymphoma almost 7 years ago. My thoughts and prayers are with all that are going through it or have lost their moms. I miss my mom every day! Happy Mother's Day mom, I love you! 💕

How about for those of us currently fighting cancer?

I lost my mother in 85 from lung cancer I always asked why until I got Cancer in 95 she was teaching my till the end how to be strong and fight Thank you mom

Lost my momma to cancer a little over 5 years ago! Happy Mother’s Day momma! Not a day goes by where I don’t think about you! Love and miss you everyday! 💕

I’m a 18 years cancer survivor & I lost my Mother to breast cancer 24 years ago! I miss her so bad still. I have no one to call & talk about the challenges I’m going through in life!

My son bringing flowers to his Neanas (my mom's) grave.

Prayers for all cancer will be beat

I can't get it to work for me

Love you Tina Piskie..45 years in remission.also my daughter

Love is the best way to show your mom you love her a real brunch

Oh just wow , that’s a beautiful picture 💞💞

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