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Collect one of the most unique pieces of @Yankees memorabilia created! Don Larsen signed this photograph and included all game stats. Also included is player card signed by catcher Yogi Berra. Bid now at @charitybuzz to win, support our #cancer research! https://t.co/YbCoIJmPhp

Find information on drugs in current use for multiple myeloma. https://t.co/D99UmoW6j1

Nikki Roldan is a standout as a myeloma patient. At age 30, she is energetic and always armed with what she calls, “PMA—or positive mental attitude.” Read about how Nikki has learned to live well with myeloma. ❤️
https://t.co/yxEbS4T66a

Even though dermatologist recommend self skin examinations should be done monthly, only 11% of people have their moles checked by a dermatologist & only 33% self-skin check their skin annually. #MakeSkinChecksMonthly #WorldMelanomaMonth #WMM2020

Good news – the first immunotherapy treatment for triple negative breast cancer has been given the green light for NHS use in England ✅ Our news report has the details: https://t.co/J9LpSG4so7

However you’re getting your daily exercise, why not up your target and take on a real challenge. If you’ve got what it takes to smash 10,000 steps or the equivalent distance, every day, for one month, sign up to #WalkAllOverCancer today: https://t.co/Nj5Wzq4mCo

Out on a walk for #NationalWalkingMonth? Remember that the sun is strongest between 11am and 3pm, so take care to protect your skin during these times. UV rays can go through clouds, and can cause damage even on cloudy days.

“Thanks to CRUK’s work, my treatment would not have been possible.” Jo, a bowel cancer survivor, is aiming to raise £365,000 by climbing some of the world’s most famous mountains. Wishing you the very best of luck, Jo – thanks so much for the support!

We appreciate Team Dreams and team captain Dorel Shanon. This #ReachandRaise team raised over $7,000 for Living Beyond Breast Cancer! Thank you for your ongoing support.

Celebrate one of the top moments in sports history with this jersey hand signed by ALL 20 players of the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" @usahockey Team. Bid now at @charitybuzz to support our cutting-edge #cancer research. https://t.co/wxf50SAePw #USAhockey

Where do you get all those wonderful masks? From @LegionMOfficial!!! 100% of net proceeds from mask sales are donated to @TheActorsFund to be distributed to people in need due to COVID-19. Go to: https://t.co/mM1cDxeW72

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PFAC Artist Shay Gabso plays ATID benefit Dec. 2

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