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Thank You to Our 2020 Platinum Sponsor

 
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Thank you to all who supported the American Cancer Society in the Capital Region this year.

With your help, we are delivering breakthroughs by investing roughly $150 million dollars in innovative research each year. We support some of the brightest minds and institutions around the country as well as our own world leading research program. We are also providing direction and emotional support when patients and caregivers need it most. Through our support line and website, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We welcome thousands of community members through our HopeClub doors each year. With these services available we are empowering people with the information and answers they need.

Additionally, the American Cancer Society is building healthier communities by working to remove barriers to care. We are providing free rides for patients to get to and from treatment, and our Hope Lodges around the country are giving patients and families a place to stay when treatment takes them far from home.

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The biggest thank you to @saratogagrazingco for sharing your charcuterie skills with us tonight! Thank you to all who helped us raise funds for @americancancersociety ❤️
If you have a family history of colorectal polyps or cancer, you have a higher risk of getting colorectal cancer yourself, talk with your doctor. 

Cancer.org remains a place where people can find comprehensive, detailed information about breast cancer types, risk factors, prevention, screening and early detection, treatment options, and survivorship. #MensHealthWeek #GetScreened #NationalCancerSurvivorMonth
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, behind only lung cancer.

More than 3.1 million men in the United States who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point are still alive today. Learn more about prostate cancer here: https://bit.ly/3vwY8kU  #MensHealthWeek
It's important to understand the risk factors for male breast cancer — particularly because men are not routinely screened for the disease and don't think about the possibility that they'll get it. 

If several members of your family have had breast or ovarian cancer, or one of your family members has a known BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation, share this information with your doctor. Your doctor may refer you for genetic counseling. #MensHealthWeek  #GetScreened
The purpose of #MensHealthWeek is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.

Comment below what else you can do to help reduce your cancer risk!
"Keep one foot in front of the other, laugh when you can. Surrounding yourself with friends." -Dick Laliberte, @acs.hopeclub member

Whether someone is still undergoing treatment or has long since won their battle against cancer, June is an opportunity to celebrate all cancer survivors! #NationalCancerSurvivorsMonth #Survivor #NYOH
Dr. Brittany Charlton, an @americancancersociety  funded researcher, is studying what exactly disparities exist for LGBTQ+ people and how they can be reduced, helping fill research gaps among understudied populations within the community, including adolescents, women, and people of color. Read more here: https://bit.ly/3vFZYkp
Tickets are on sale and going fast!! Get your gang together and purchase your tickets today for the 2021 Red, White & Blue party on Thursday August 19th!

We can’t wait to see you all again! 🎉 ❤️💙🤍🥂