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Rummage Sale to Raise Awareness

After her grandmother was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer, high school student Stephanie Brule set out on a mission: cancer prevention. Stephanie wanted to…

Prevent Cancer Super Colon visits San Francisco

May 15 (Saturday) 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.: The Foundation is thrilled to be working with the California Department of Public Health Colon Cancer Control…

Breakaway from Cancer

Bo Aldigé, Lisa Hughes, and myself are thrilled to be heading out to the Amgen Tour of California next week as part of the Breakaway from Cancer initiative. Breakaway from Cancer aims to raise awareness of the comprehensive array of resources available to cancer patients – from prevention to education and support to financial assistance and survivorship. As part of the initiative we will be crisscrossing California helping to spread the Foundation’s important messages through the campaign while following the tour.

Last year we had quite an adventure, meeting with many Californians about the importance of cancer

Last year we had quite an adventure, meeting with many Californians about the importance of cancer.

Healthcare Reform: What Does It Mean for Prevention?

On March 21, 2010 the House of Representatives passed legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, that will make changes to our country’s healthcare…

Thinking Globally and Acting Locally

The Prevent Cancer Foundation has been on the national scene for the past 25 years and during that time, the Foundation has advocated for national…

Ten Years Later: Colorectal Cancer Prevention Still Saving Lives

Ten years ago, the Prevent Cancer Foundation recognized a need to raise awareness, attention and funding for colorectal cancer. Our first step was to pass…

Fill Up on Fish

You’ve probably heard about the potential benefits of omega-3 fatty acids in protecting your heart and boosting your mood, but now there’s another do-good effect to add to the list: a lower risk of colorectal cancer.

A Winning Attitude Helped Olympic Athlete Fight Testicular Cancer

In June, 2008, young Olympic hopeful Eric Shanteau was diagnosed with testicular cancer, just days before the U.S. Olympic swim trials.

Right Diet For Prostate Cancer Prevention

Dr. Zhou is currently researching how a dietary combination of soy and black tea could significantly inhibit the development and progression of prostate cancer in a synergistic manner.

Prevent Cancer Foundation Helps Provide Screenings in Post-Katrina New Orleans

Katrina took from New Orleans one of the few places in the region where uninsured women could be screened for breast cancer.