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Anncredible Video: Breast cancer survivor movingly documents her fight in homemade video

One year ago in September, Ann Peart was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. Watch as she makes the journey from diagnosis to recovery. She is truly Anncredible.

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Nipple Tattoo Video: A new design on breast cancer recovery

Tattoo parlors are beginning to attract a new clientele - breast cancer survivors.

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Pink Horses: P. F. Chang's paints horses for breast cancer awareness

For the month of October, pink horse selfies at P F Chang's help fund breast cancer research! #PaintItPinkPFChangs

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Still the One: Cancer research to benefit from sale of Bengals jersey

Thinking about purchasing an NFL jersey but are choosing not to because of all those players getting into legal trouble? You may want to consider Devon Still's No. 75.

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Blood Cancer Awareness: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society launches September campaign with lofty goal

September is Blood Cancer Awareness month, prompting the Leukemia and Lymphoma society to launch a campaign aimed at raising $300,000 in 30 days.

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Strike out Cancer: MLB pitcher Motte working off the diamond making a difference

In the 1980s baseball movie Bull Durham, catcher Crash Davis instructed pitcher Nuke LaLoosh that strikeouts were “boring” and “fascist.” St. Louis pitcher Jason Motte chooses to accentuate the positives of the strikeout, hoping to use the strikeout to do something as boring as curing cancer.

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Prostate Cancer: Myrtle Beach GM to sing Take Me Out to the Ballgame while receiving prostate exam during minor league game

It's exciting to see the lengths minor league baseball teams will go to help raise money for their causes, but having a member of their staff undergo a prostate exam while singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” might be a good intention taken too far.

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Team in Training: Get in shape for free this summer while helping the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

With summer's warmth finally upon us, many Americans are looking for ways to get back into shape. A gym membership is a popular (and expensive) option, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's Team in Training program can help achieve the same effects while helping a great cause.

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Mother's Day Gifts: Kohl's Cares program offers gifts that give back

Mom always taught us to be kind. Why not treat her to a gift that makes her smile and helps others in need?

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Fanconi Anemia: FAU football, Florida firefighters help young child at Niko's Combat Challenge

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. - The Florida Atlantic football team and dozens of Broward County firefighters teamed up this weekend to raise funds for a youngster battling a disease shared by fewer than 1,000 Americans.

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