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Breakaway Day 4: A Festival in Modesto

Posted by Lisa Hughes on May 20th, 2010 | No Comments »

The city of Modesto, CA welcomed the Breakaway from Cancer Tour with open arms.  The Mayor of Modesto joined us, along with many members of the community who were active participants in the ceremonies of Stage 4 of the Amgen Tour of California (ATOC.)  What a great city in which to start off my journey with the ATOC and Breakaway from Cancer. Meeting Modesto, Sharing Experiences While I spent the day in Modesto at the Lifestyle Festival, ...

Foundation’s SuperColon Visits San Francisco’s Asian Heritage Street Celebration

Posted by Janet Hudson on | No Comments »

The 6th Annual Asian Heritage Festival marked the Prevent Cancer Super Colon's (TM) first visit to San Francisco. Thanks to the California Colon Cancer Control Program (CCCCP) the exhibit brought awareness about prevention and early detection of colon cancer to this premier community event. Hundreds of people turned out to see healthy colon tissue, as well as polyps at various stages. The CCCCP is a federally funded program established to increase awareness of colon cancer ...

Breakaway Day 3: Honors in Santa Cruz

Posted by Katie Lapides on May 19th, 2010 | No Comments »
Amgen's Steve Young, Marilyn Luma, and Bo Aldige

If you were watching the Amgen Tour of California coverage on Versus, you very likely saw Prevent Cancer Foundation President and Founder Carolyn (Bo) Aldigé in Santa Cruz, CA presenting the yellow jersey to David Zabriskie, winner of Stage 3 of the tour! Host City Events Today was a special day on the Tour. In four cities they have a “Breakaway Mile”, a walk for cancer survivors and their supporters. We and our three other Breakaway from ...

Breakaway Day 1: Sunny Sacramento

Posted by Katie Lapides on May 17th, 2010 | No Comments »

Hello from a very sunny Sacramento, and the kick off of the Amgen Tour of California - and I was lathered up in sunscreen today! The Breakaway from Cancer initiative advocates a unique approach to preventing and surviving cancer—teams. Many of you may be wondering, how does one take a team approach to prevention? Well often times it takes team work for a family or a group of friends to eat healthfully, exercise and to remember to  ...