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We save lives by teaching people how to detect cancer early.

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Jason Patton

Response Time Matters

Cancer is the #1 cause of death for firefighters. Many are diagnosed late, when it’s more difficult to treat. Response Time Matters creates a connection between first-response thinking and early cancer detection. Just like a fire, response time to cancer matters. Featuring firefighter and influencer, Jason Patton, the campaign entertains while informing firefighters about their own role in early detection.

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Helping People Beat Cancer

Experts say that cancer will soon surpass heart disease becoming the #1 cause of death in the U.S. each year. We teach people how to seize the power of early detection because you can be 10X more likely to survive cancer when it's diagnosed early vs. late. Patient awareness and action is key. Learn what you need to know to detect cancer early.

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of us will receive a cancer diagnosis in our lifetime

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Learn 3 Steps Detect

Active patients get better healthcare. Our 3 Steps Detect program saves lives and healthcare costs by teaching people how to tap into the life-saving power of early detection. You can be 10x more likely to survive cancer when it’s detected early vs. late.

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Michelle Newton
I’m using my experience to remind people to get checked. I’m an African American woman and my community still has the highest rate of deaths from breast cancer.
Michelle Newton, diagnosed at 45 Read Michelle's story

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Be an advocate for early cancer detection. Join a charity athlete team, bring us to your organization, share your story, attend our events, support our life-saving education.

Ways To Be Involved
Boston Marathon team

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Annual Gala, Auction & Golf Tournament Returns!

Saturday, June 3 & Monday, June 5

Education & Training

We deliver educational presentations that save lives. With 3 Steps Detect, we teach people how to detect cancer early and significantly improve their chances of surviving cancer. Give yourself and the people in your school, workplace or community group the life-saving advantage of early detection.