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A blast at the ballpark

Where can you go to see behind-the-scenes at a Major League ballpark, get a cancer screening, watch a former president ride a bicycle and help support cancer prevention research and education, all before 11 a.m.?  The annual Prevent Cancer 5k Walk/Run and Health Fair! On September 25, families, friends and colleagues came together at Nationals […]

Volunteer at the Prevent Cancer 5k

Volunteering is a foundation that this country has been built on, and when one can find an opportunity to volunteer for a great cause and have fun at the same time, it’s a bonus.  Volunteering at the Prevent Cancer 5k Walk/Run & Health Fair is one of those opportunities. Every year, 100 volunteers make the […]

2012 Prevent Cancer Foundation 5K Is Most Successful to Date!

Thank you to all participants, donors, sponsors and volunteers who helped make the 4th annual Prevent Cancer 5K walk/run the most successful yet, raising a record breaking $112,000! More than 400 individuals and families (and doggies) gathered at Nationals Park Sunday, September 30 to demonstrate their commitment to saving lives through cancer prevention and early […]

Prevent Cancer Foundation Game Night: Hit a Home Run for Health!

The Prevent Cancer Foundation Game Night at Nationals Park on August 4 promises to be a great game for baseball fans and an even better one for cancer prevention and early detection. Continuing their unprecedented winning season, the Nats currently lead the National League East. After a tied series down in Miami, Prevent Cancer Foundation […]