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More than 1 million lives have been saved since 1990 as cancer death rates continue to decline, according to the American Cancer Society report Cancer Statistics 2012. Support the research efforts of the American Cancer Society by making a donation.

Know someone going through cancer treatment, take time to educate yourself on the hundreds of different side effects that cancer survivors may experience as a result of treatment, including hair loss, fatigue, and significant weight fluctuation.

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Send a "Thinking of You" card to someone whose life has been touched by cancer

Share this page with any cancer patient or survivor you know

Learn about Breast Health, Breast Cancer and the latest ways you can support the cause at Susan G. Koman For The Cure

Read about the importance of life past breast cancer for the more than 6.4 million women battling the disease.

Support MD Anderson Cancer Center in their mission to eliminate cancer by volunteering, donating blood, or making a contribution to support life-saving, life-changing care for adult and pediatric cancer patients. MD Anderson has had Replens in their cancer quality of life programs and cancer support groups for years.

Share your story and experiences with others by speaking at local churches, schools and health fairs. By just reaching one person you can make a difference.

Talk with your doctor about which cancer screening tests are right for you and the benefits and risks of these tests.

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