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Events Large & Small Helping #2PreventCancer!

Living in Washington, DC, one of the most expensive cities for young professionals in the United States, makes it difficult to set aside money for…

Combining Friends, Family & Poker to Fund Cancer Research

It’s Wednesday night in New York. What do you do?  If you’re Michele and Drew Figdor, you combine your love of entertaining and poker with…

Jan's 5K Challenge: Pizza and Stress

In my last post I mentioned I was off to Las Vegas for the Bad Beat on Cancer  initiative at the World Series of Poker. …

Jan’s 5K Challenge: It Took the Dog

A friend commented that my blog posts about “my challenge” for the Prevent Cancer Foundation 5K  seem to be focused on others – and not…

World Series of Good” To Benefit Prevent Cancer Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 12, 2010 CONTACT: Tracey Young (703) 837-3687 tracey.young@preventcancer.org ALEXANDRIA, VA — Professional poker player Andy Bloch and entrepreneur Michael Karnjanaprakorn have…

The Prevent Cancer Foundation Raises 1.3 Million Dollars at Its Annual Spring Gala

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: CONTACT: Jim Wood March 16, 2010 (703) – 837 – 3692   jwood@preventcancer.org Funds Raised Support Innovative Cancer Prevention Research and Community…

Top-Rated Poker Players Join Forces to Take the 1% Pledge for the Prevent Cancer Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 13, 2009 MEDIA CONTACT: Scott Truesdale 703-837-3692 scott.truesdale@preventcancer.org Professional Poker Players Lee Childs and Eric “Rizen” Lynch Go “All-In” and Pledge…

Prevent Cancer Foundation to Receive 1% of Big Poker Win

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 11, 2008 CONTACT: Sarah Leon 703-837-3688 Sarah.Leon@preventcancer.org Third place finisher at World Series of Poker, Dennis Phillips, will donate $45,000 to…

Don’t avoid the doc: Survey says men are behind on screenings and not taking charge of their health

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kyra Meister 703-836-1746 kyra.meister@preventcancer.org Alexandria, Va. – June is Men’s Health Month, a time when we remind men to take charge of…

The Weekly: Experimental blood test, RBG and more

Feature story Experimental Blood Test Detects Cancer up to Four Years before Symptoms Appear TUESDAY, July 21 (Scientific American)—For years scientists have sought to create…