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City of Hope's Women's Cancers Program is making it easy to support a future free of women's cancers with their "All In Week" awareness drive, which kicks off today (Sept. 23). Find out how you can join the movement ....

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City of Hope's nationally recognized researchers and physicians are "all in" to cure women's cancers through their multidisciplinary Women's Cancers Program, working to advance the scientific understanding of breast and gynecological cancers, improve screening and prevention and help women everywhere live longer, healthier lives.

"All In Week," which will take place from Sept. 23 to Oct. 1, is a time when anyone, anywhere can take simple actions that will make a big impact in the fight against women's cancers.

A future free of women's cancers can start with you. We hope you'll join the movement!

Going "All In" is easy! It can be done in any of the following ways:

"Like" City of Hope's Friends: During "All In Week," visit City of Hope's Women's Cancers Program webpage at CityofHope.org and cast your "like" vote for your favorite "All In" video. Share the link with your friends, leave a comment, spread the word!

Text for Hope: Donate $5 on the go by texting HERHOPE to 90999 (message and data rates may apply).

Spread the Word: Join City of Hope's Facebook page at Facebook.com/WomensCancers and follow the Twitter conversation @CityofHope. Invite your friends and family to join you.

Walk for Hope: Get moving and sign up for a City of Hope Walk for Hope event. Find a Walk for Hope near you by clicking here.

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Rebecca C September 26, 2010, 1:36 PM

You know, men really get gypped when it comes to specialized coverage of “men’s cancers”. I am not saying that focus should not be on curing things like breast cancer (my aunt just had a double mastectomy a few months ago). Seriously though, when was the last time you heard of a fundraiser for testicular cancer? ;)

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