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    Finish the Fight

    Sixty years ago, 1 out of 3 people diagnosed with cancer survived. Today, thanks in part to the work of the American Cancer Society, 2 out of 3 will survive. Let’s make it 3 out of 3. Join us to help finish the fight.


    Finish the Fight

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    Thousands of cancer patients can't afford a place to stay when the best treatment is far from home. A room shouldn't be the difference between life and death. Last year the American Cancer Society provided lodging for 50,000 patients and caregivers. Let's continue to make sure that everyone who needs a room gets one! Join the American Cancer Society and make noise to finish the fight against cancer. Donate at www.cancer.org/fight.

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    There's a reason 2 out of 3 people are surviving cancer...and we can't be silent until it is 3 out of 3. In the last 100 years, the American Cancer Society has made tremendous progress towards ending cancer. Join the American Cancer Society and make noise to finish the fight against cancer.

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    From helping transform how people think about the disease to being part of nearly every important cancer breakthrough, see how far we’ve come together during the past 100 years.

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    Raette Hearne, an American Cancer Society CPS-3 Enrollment Volunteer, talks about her fight: "Cancer has taken a lot from me, and I am on a mission to end it."

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    Maggie Smitha, an American Cancer Society Hope Lodge volunteer, talks about her fight: “I get satisfaction out of knowing someone else feels better. That’s all I need.”

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    Shannon Stott, a cancer researcher supported by the American Cancer Society, talks about her fight: “When courageous people like my stepmom fight cancer with all they've got, it motivates me to find better treatments and cures.”

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    100 years ago, the American Cancer Society began the fight of a lifetime. Today, you can help us finish the fight.

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    The Ellen DeGeneres Show is pitching in to help us finish the fight and urging her millions of fans to do the same. Find out how.

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    Sixty years ago, 1 out of 3 people diagnosed with cancer survived at least 5 years. Today, thanks in part to the work of the American Cancer Society, 2 out of 3 will survive. Let’s make it 3 out of 3. Join us to help finish the fight.

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    100 years ago, the American Cancer Society began the fight of a lifetime. During the years, we’ve seen that cancer thrives on silence. Progress comes when we speak out. So let’s get loud and finish the fight. Because silence won’t finish this fight – action will. Let's make noise and find cures.

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    As the Official Sponsor of Birthdays®, our own 100th birthday means it's not time to celebrate or rest. It's time to make the survival rate 3 out of 3. It's time to amplify our efforts and lead the loudest, most aggressive, most unified assault on cancer we've ever made. Let's make some noise. Because silence won't finish the fight. Action will.

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    Mary J. Blige interrupts a quiet library to deliver an important message about unfunded cancer research. No lifesaving research should go silenced. Join the American Cancer Society and make noise to finish the fight against cancer.

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    Josh Groban interrupts a busy train station to deliver an important message about the American Cancer Society and cancer survivorship. Today, 2 out of 3 people are surviving cancer for at least five years. But we can't be silent until it's 3 out of 3. Join the American Cancer Society and make noise to finish the fight against cancer.

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