Cancer Survivors Hold Annual Dinner in Salem
Black says through donations to the American Cancer Society life saving cancer research gets funded, help is provided when people need it, and ACS is fighting for access to quality health care. She noted the Cancer Society has provided 250,000 free nights at Hope Lodge facilities for patients and caregives traveling for treatment, awarded 290 research and training grants, gave one million free transportation services to cancer patients and supported about 90,000 cancer patients from diagnosis through treatment with the free patient navigator program. The goal of this year's Relay for Life is $85,000. "The theme is 'Hope Soaring to New Heights'. It will be held Friday night, June 28, through Saturday morning, June 29th, at the Salem Community High School track.
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