News Releases

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

Celebrating “25 Years of Progress Through Prevention,” the Prevent Cancer Foundation held its 16th Annual Spring Gala at the National Building Museum on March 12, 2010.

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Famed Poker Player Jena Delk Joins Prevent Cancer Foundation Bad Beat on Cancer Initiative

Famed poker player Jena Delk will partner with Bad Beat on Cancer and donate one percent of her winnings towards the Prevent Cancer Foundation.

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January is Cervical Health Month — So Women, Get Yourself Checked

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month and the Prevent Cancer Foundation wants to remind women to take preventive measures to reduce risk for this disease.

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CAMR Announces New Leadership Team

he Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research (CAMR) announces its newly elected leadership team: Lisa Hughes, former CAMR vice president for membership, is the new CAMR president.

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Noche Peruana Benefits Prevent Cancer Foundation With Celebrity Chef Cooking

This Saturday, Macchu Pisco teams up with DC Peruvian restaurant Noche Peruana to host celebrity chef Guillermo Gonzales-Arica to benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation.

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Alex Baker Is The Screen Your Boobs Sweepstake Winner

Prevent Cancer Alex Baker of Keedysville, MD is the winner of the Pink Vespa LX 50 in the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s Screen Your Boobs Sweepstakes.

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The Prevent Cancer Foundation Celebrates 25 Years of Progress Through Prevention

The Prevent Cancer Foundation is proud to celebrate its silver jubilee as it commemorates 25 years of progress through prevention.

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Kaleidoscope Holiday Entertainment Show Honors Women Cancer Survivors and Promotes Cancer Prevention

The Prevent Cancer Foundation partnered with Kaleidoscope in a holiday entertainment variety show that will air on FOX on Thanksgiving Day.

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Inaugural Step Away from Cancer 5K Walk/Run is Huge Success

On September 26, the Prevent Cancer Foundation hosted its first annual Step Away From Cancer 5K™ run/walk in West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C. with over 400 registered participants.

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Women Do Some Crazy Things, But Do They Get Screened For Cervical Cancer?

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.

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