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Making a Difference Locally – PCF Community Grants

Posted by Prevent Cancer on March 3rd, 2010 | No Comments »
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Reaching out to individuals in soup kitchens, at health fairs and through local radio Programs, the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s community grantees are making a difference in rural and urban communities. Facing limited resources and large undeserved populations, the five community grantees have made a tremendous impact in their communities by providing valuable cancer prevention education and screening services. Here is a snapshot of the Foundation’s community grant work: Chenango health Network, Chenango County, Ny— The Chenango ...

The Prevent Cancer Super Colon Comes to a Community Near You

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The Prevent Cancer Super Colon is coming to your community. The 2010 tour will kick off on March 3 in San Diego, CA to celebrate National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. This unique educational exhibit will stop in major cities across the country in such public venues as parks, plazas, and health care centers. Besides visiting Seaport Village in San Diego, CA, the Prevent Cancer Super Colon™ will also visit the Dempsey Center at the Central Maine ...

Farrah Fawcett’s Death Sheds Light on Anal Cancer

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With the recent death of Farrah Fawcett, anal cancer has become an unlikely and uncomfortable topic of conversation across America. Since one of the cornerstones of the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s mission is education, the Foundation wanted to provide some answers to questions about this often shunned cancer to help educate the public and lift some myths about this often-fatal cancer. By knowing some basic facts, people will be armed with knowledge ...

Getting Screened for Cervical Cancer Isn’t Crazy

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Women do some crazy things, but one of them should not be forgetting to get a pap test! in 2009 an estimated 11,270 women will be diagnosed with cervical cancer and more than 4,070 will die from the disease. These startling numbers prompted the Prevent Cancer Foundation to create a unique and interactive Web site that encourages women to “confess” their craziest moments while providing them with information about ...