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Change the odds and help prevent cancer

The third Cancer Prevention Study by the American Cancer Society is a longitudinal study aimed at finding root causes of cancer.

Did you know that the chance for women to develop cancer in their lifetime is 1 in 3? And for men, it’s 1 in 2.

Now is your chance to change the odds and help researchers and physicians prevent cancer for millions of people around the world.

The third Cancer Prevention Study of the American Cancer Society will be enrolling participants at the University of Minnesota on June 19, 2013, and in several places around the Twin Cities around the same time.

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Help spot trends, prevent cancer in future generations

The third Cancer Prevention Study by the American Cancer Society is a longitudinal study aimed at finding root causes of cancer.

Did you know rates for liver and thyroid cancers, as well as melanoma, are on the rise for men in the United States?

Help researchers and physicians spot trends and prevent cancer in generations to come.

The third Cancer Prevention Study of the American Cancer Society will be enrolling participants at the University of Minnesota on June 19, 2013, and in several places around the Twin Cities around the same time.

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Join in to help prevent new cancer diagnoses!

The third Cancer Prevention Study by the American Cancer Society is a longitudinal study aimed at finding root causes of cancer.

Did you know doctors expect to see more than 1.6 million new cases of cancer in 2013? It’s a number that stops most of us in our tracks.

But now, there’s a way you can help researchers and doctors find new ways to spot trends and prevent cancer in people around the country.

The third Cancer Prevention Study of the American Cancer Society will be enrolling participants at the University of Minnesota on June 19, 2013, and in several places around the Twin Cities around the same time.

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Pitch in to prevent cancer!

Did you know that brain tumors are the second leading cause of death in people under age 20?

May is Brain Tumor Awareness month, and at the University of Minnesota we are dedicated to tackling this serious disease, particularly through our innovative Brain Tumor Program.

The third Cancer Prevention Study by the American Cancer Society is a longitudinal study aimed at finding root causes of cancer.

But you don’t have to be a neuroscientist to make a difference in the life of patients battling brain tumors. This year our community has a unique opportunity to impact the lives of many.

The third Cancer Prevention Study of the American Cancer Society will be enrolling participants at the University of Minnesota on June 19, 2013, and in several places around the Twin Cities around the same time.

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