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Double your impact in time for New Year’s

Posted by Prevent Cancer Foundation Staff on December 11th, 2013 | No Comments »
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December is a time for caring and giving from shopping for holiday presents to spending time with friends and loved ones. We have good news: due to a large grant, every donation between now and Tuesday, December 31 will be matched dollar for dollar. You will also receive a charitable deduction if you donate before the end of 2013. There is no better gift than the gift of cancer prevention and early detection - each year, ...

Prevent Cancer announces exciting new partnership with Dr. Ann!

Posted by Prevent Cancer Foundation Staff on December 5th, 2013 | No Comments »
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The Prevent Cancer Foundation is pleased to announce a new partnership with respected wellness expert Dr. Ann Kulze, M.D. Dr. Ann is a highly esteemed physician, best-selling author and motivational speaker. She is a former member of Prevent Cancer’s Board of Directors and a current member of our Medical Advisory Board. The new resources cover a variety of health and wellness topics including healthy eating, smart grocery shopping, getting picky kids to eat right and staying ...

President and Founder Carolyn “Bo” Aldigé honored at Living in Pink luncheon

Posted by Prevent Cancer Foundation Staff on November 5th, 2013 | No Comments »
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Living in Pink, a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against breast cancer, recently recognized Prevent Cancer Foundation President and Founder Carolyn “Bo” Aldigé with the Noel Soderberg-Evans Award in honor of her outstanding work and contributions to the cancer community over the past 28 years. Presented by D.C. City Councilman Jack Evans at Living in Pink’s annual luncheon, the award recognizes “a leader in the community who best exemplifies the true meaning of caring ...

Liliana Hart: My dad’s cancer battle inspired me to Stop Cancer Before It Starts!

Posted by Liliana Hart on July 16th, 2013 | 2 Comments »
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My father was a hero. But not for the reasons one might think. Yes, he served in the Air Force and was an air traffic controller along the border between North and South Korea during the Korean War. Heroic, right? And yes, he went through the diagnosis of cancer not once, but twice, in his eighty-two years and suffered through chemo and radiation, the nausea and weight loss. He woke up every morning with a good attitude ...