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Globeathon: End Women's Cancer

by Globeathon category: Health

“Take a step to end women's cancers with #Globeathon! http://thndr.it/13GsLXm

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Ends Sep 17, 10:00 AM EDT

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Globeathon: End Women's Cancer

Gynecologic cancers affect millions of women around the world. They are silent, deadly, and alarmingly on the rise. Symptoms are often faint and mistaken for other, less serious maladies; as a result, the detection of cancer often comes too late for a cure. Gynecologic awareness, education and research are a major global priority.

On the weekend of September 29, 2013, participants in over 80 countries will make history by walking in solidarity with the millions of women, friends, and family members affected by gynecologic cancers. From the United States to Ghana, Austria to Antarctica, Peru to South Korea, people from all over the world are joining in the first ever international relay for gynecologic cancers! 

Globe-athon is an unprecedented international call-to-action that will shine a light on below the belt cancers. Join us in kickstarting a movement long overdue. It takes just one step to make a world of difference!


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Globeathon is more than just a walk. It is an international movement that is bringing the world together to end women's cancers, one step at a time.

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