Hanging out by Pier 16 post interview. Love it out here! (Taken with Instagram at South Street Seaport)

Hanging out by Pier 16 post interview. Love it out here! (Taken with Instagram at South Street Seaport)

CDC Fast Facts About Colon Cancer

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Of cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer—cancer of the colon or rectum—is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. In 2008, 52,857 people in the United States died of colorectal cancer (26,933 men and 25,924 women).

Colorectal cancer also is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the United States. In 2008, 142,950 people in the United States were diagnosed with it (73,183 men and 69,767 women), making colorectal cancer the third most common cancer in men and in women.

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"Pap smear for cervical cancer is the single best cancer screening procedure." -MedIndia

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TOTAL ONLINE DONATIONS: $520

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Cornell University scientists report that “Chemicals contained in apple peels can inhibit the growth of breast cancer, liver cancer and colon cancer cells.” The old adage of an apple a day keeping the doctor away may have some validity. -LIVESTRONG


Relay for Life BU!

AT RELAY!

Relay for Life BU is gearing up! We’ve started setting up camp and we’re waiting for all our team members to arrive. Stay tuned for photos and post by our team! And be sure to donate to our team here!

- Team Lita

We’re so close! Help us reach our goal by visiting our fundraising page! We’re asking donors to choose a team member who has yet to reach the $100 goal to donate in their behalf! Thanks :)
-Team Lita

We’re so close! Help us reach our goal by visiting our fundraising page! We’re asking donors to choose a team member who has yet to reach the $100 goal to donate in their behalf! Thanks :)

-Team Lita

The most important thing in illness is never to lose heart.

Nikolai Lenin