American Cancer Society Cancer Prevention Studay - 3 Phone Bank

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Updated: 7/27/2012 4:13 pm
We're asking Central Kentucky, on Monday, July 30th, to take 3 minutes of their day to call in to the ABC 36 phone bank on 859-294-6090 and agree to enroll in a participatory study for the American Cancer Society. 

The Cancer Prevention Study - 3 or CPS-3, hopes to follow thousands of American adults throughout many years to see if they can match up behaviors, medical history, and lifestyle choices to correlations with cancer diagnoses.

Stay tuned to ABC 36 on Monday July 30th for our phone bank as we help the American Cancer Society gain the help of local Kentuckians in the fight against cancer.  let's beat cancer at it's very first stage, PREVENTION!

We'll be updating our website with more information as the date approaches.

In the meantime, you can go here to find more information about CPS-3.

We hope you'll join us and the American Cancer Society in our movement to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays!
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