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Relay is for community

Cancer survivors celebrate, remember and fight back

4:55 PM, Jun. 5, 2014
Kewaunee County Relay for Life volunteer coordinator Julie Siegmund and Honorary Survivor Lani Swanson.
Kewaunee County Relay for Life volunteer coordinator Julie Siegmund and Honorary Survivor Lani Swanson.
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The American Cancer Society has estimated that in Wisconsin alone, about 32,480 new cases of cancer will develop in 2014. Nationwide 1,665,540 cases are projected to develop this year, and it is predicted that 585,720 people will die from the disease. Today, cancer is recognized as the second-leading cause of death in the United States, behind heart disease.

Almost everyone's life has been affected by cancer, either by developing the disease or knowing someone who has. ACS has been hosting Relay for Life events since 1985 to raise funds for cancer research, education advocacy and service.

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