There are almost 3,500 people diagnosed with Cancer every day.
547,000 Americans die each year from Cancer.
That’s nearly 1,500 people dying a day.
According to the National Cancer Institute.
The cause of cancer in children is unknown. 1in every 330 Americans will develop cancer by the age of 20. On the average, 12,400 children and adolescents in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer each year. ¼ of all pediatric cancer diagnoses are brain tumors.
What are the Treatments? Chemotherapy Bone Marrow Transplants Surgery Oral Medications The survival rate of patients who are diagnosed early and seek treatment is extremely high. However, even with treatment, late diagnoses prove fatal.
But there is hope..
Research Medical institutions world wide are striving to find a better ways of treating cancer. The research is extremely costly, but has proven to extend the lives of cancer patients by years.
What can you do to help? Click here to Donate! Volunteer Get Involved!
University Of Florida Fighting for a Cure 2011 Relay for Life When: March 25, 2011 Where: Stephen C. O’Connell Center
In the time it took you to watch this presentation about 3 people died from cancer...