Strength For Life

Strength for Life provides free exercise classes, weekend retreats and other wellness programs to cancer patients and survivors. Co-Founders Jackie […]

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Lower Your Risk of Skin Cancer With 9 Tips

Maybe it’s not warm and sunny out right now, but skin cancer prevention shouldn’t wait for the beach. Did you […]

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Trends in Liver Cancer Death Rates
Cut alcohol and slash your cancer risk

Cutting out alcohol and bacon from your diet may be one of the toughest things to do, but it could […]

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Early Detection of breast cancer is the best chance
Early Detection of Breast Cancer is Your Best Chance

Early detection of cancer is crucial to the course of treatment and can increase the chances of a successful outcome. […]

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Eat the Rainbow is just the first of many ways to help prevent cancer
February is National Cancer Prevention Month

National Cancer Prevention Month is devoted to raising awareness about cancer and possible ways to prevent it. Shockingly in 2018, […]

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LI2DAY receives a $9,000 grant from The UPS Foundation to help fund the LI2DAY Scholarship

NESCONSET, NEW YORK – MAY 18, 2018:  The LI2Day Walk to Fight Breast Cancer, Inc, a local non-profit received a […]

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Awareness For a Cure features LI2DAY

LI2DAY is so excited. Our 2017 initiatives concluded with our 7th Annual Hope Runs Here 5K in Loving Memory of […]

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Bar Louie Fundraising for LI2DAY

“As a local non-profit helping Long Islanders fighting cancer, LI2DAY’s cause is incredibly important. We couldn’t be more excited to […]

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Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition’s Walking Team “We Aint Just Boobs” had a outstanding fundraiser at Applebee’s

The Babylon Breast Cancer Coalition’s Walking Team “We Aint Just Boobs” had a successful fundraiser at Applebee’s Bar & Grill […]

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Fight Like a Girl has raised over $170,000 for LI2DAY

Seven years ago, Christine Romano and Jennifer Hunt, both breast cancer survivors started this team with just the two of […]

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