Sign up for the 2016 Tri for a Cure!

The 2016 Tri for a Cure will be back on July 17th, 2016 at the same wonderful location in South Portland, Maine. This charity event has sold out for the last 8 years- don't miss your chance! Enter the registration drawing today and get your name in the hat for 2016!

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Though you probably will not find greeting cards in stores celebrating this fact, Thanksgiving has been known as National Family History Day in the U.S. since 2004.  The Office of the U.S.

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Supports Challenge Cancer 2020 every month and becomes the official television partner of Tri For A Cure and Twilight 5K for 5 more years.
PORTLAND, ME (November 24, 2015) – Maine‘s fight against cancer continues and Channel 8 WMTW is not backing down from the challenge.  On the heels of a successful 8 year partnership with Maine Cancer Foundation, Channel 8 WMTW signs on for another 5 years to serve as the official television partner for the race series and Challenge Cancer: 2020.
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I have a shorter post than usual this month because the story is simple:

Tobacco is the leading cause of cancer death in Maine.

I'll say it again: tobacco is the leading cause of cancer death in Maine.

Lung cancer rates in Maine are consistently and significantly higher than the U.S. average, and not just a little higher: 30% higher.

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Left to Right: Stewart Vreeland, Tara Hill, Kelly Barden

Freeport, Maine. Maine Cancer Foundation was named recipient of the "Midge Vreeland Service Award," at the annual conference of the Maine Public Relations Council (MPRC).

Named in honor of the late Midge Vreeland, the Maine Public Relations Council Midge Vreeland Public Service Award recognizes a public relations professional or organization whose efforts help the greater good and embodies the core principles held by Midge -- integrity, commitment to community service and a willingness to advance organizations and their causes.

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Together, the Maine Cancer Consortium and Maine Cancer Foundation want to announce an exciting change for both organizations, one that we hope to announce formally on January 1st, 2016.

For several years now, Maine Cancer Foundation has worked closely with the Maine Cancer Consortium, a coalition of over 100 Maine-based organizations and individuals with oncology expertise who are focused on working together to reduce cancer rates in Maine.