Give Cancer a Red Card

The final score was 3-0 last night at my son's soccer game -- his team won, but not because they have a single star that makes all the goals; rather, they worked together to make a collective effort in winning the game.

The soccer community is now rallying their global fans and participants in a match against the world's biggest killer -- cancer.  That's what it takes to beat this disease - many people working together to make an impact on a very complicated and tough adversary.  Every bit counts, because when we add up each of our individual efforts, we can make a greater impact.

 

In a soccer match, when a referee gives a player a red card, they are ejected from the game.  Our Red Card Cancer campaign will help do just that - oust cancer.  You can join our team at www.redcardcancer.com

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