THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY IN SASKATCHEWAN

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Relay For Life

Register for one of the 2014 events.

The Canadian Cancer Society Relay For Life is so much more than just a fundraising event — it’s a life-changing experience that brings together more than 200,000 people throughout Canada each year.

It’s a night to celebrate cancer survivors and honour and remember loved ones, and it’s a way for each of us to fight back against cancer. It's a night of friendship, emotion, community, entertainment and fundraising.

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Protect our youth from dangers of indoor tanning

There is no safe way to get a tan. Indoor tanning increases your risk of the most serious type of skin cancer by 59% when used before the age of 35.

The Canadian Cancer Society recommends that the provincial government restrict youth under the age of 18 from using indoor tanning equipment.

You can help. Sign the petition to restrict indoor tanning for youth under 18.

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Cops for Cancer

Cops for Cancer is a community event where police and other emergency services personnel come together to raise money in support of the Canadian Cancer Society's life-saving mission.

If you would like to hold such an event or donate to one, you can do so on our Cops for Cancer in Saskatchewan website.

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Reminder for Life

Sign up today. It's free and it might save your life.

Cancer screening and early detection are two of the most powerful tools you have to fight back against cancer. In most cases, catching cancer in its early stages is the key to successfully beating it.

To help keep you up to date, Reminder for Life will send you an annual reminder about what you need to discuss with your doctor, based on your age and gender.

 

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April is Daffodil Month

Your support makes a difference

Hearing the words “You have cancer” profoundly alters lives. The Canadian Cancer Society urges you to join with us this April to change cancer forever.

Every donation made during Daffodil Month will bring us one step closer to preventing cancer, detecting it earlier, improving treatments and helping Canadians live longer, healthier lives.

How you can help:

 

 

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