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The Libby and Kerry families, the Mary's Walk Committee and all our volunteers join the Maine Cancer Foundation in thanking all of our participants, supporters and businesses for another fabulous outcome.

With your help we have raised close to $280,000 to support Maine based cancer research and patient support programs. It is truly a team and community wide effort in the fight against cancer.

Every dollar advances the cause; every step moves us closer to a cure through research. Please join us next year for the 18th Mary's Walk and Kerrymen 5K. Slancha!

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Starting Monday night on PBS: "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" a documentary based on the award-winning book. We strongly recommend this series to anyone interesting in learning about the history- and future of cancer in our world. 

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Our special thanks to Stephanie Leonhartt, the winner of our St. Patrick's Day email rally. Stephanie sent out an amazing 238 emails trying to raise donations for Mary's Walk. Great job Stephanie, we really appreciate your effort. 

Check out Stephanie's page on Mary's Walk

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To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we’re giving away a lucky Shamrock Sea Bag to the participant who sends the most fundraising emails on St. Patrick’s Day!

How to play:

1. Login to your personal fundraising page on the Mary’s Walk/Kerrymen 5K website.
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The Kerrymen 5K will be capped at 1500 runners this year- don't miss your chance!

Register Online

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Falmouth, Maine. Maine Cancer Foundation has announced our 2015 call for cancer research proposals.

The Foundation will award up to $700,000 in grants and is seeking letters of interest from applicants with proposals in the following areas: Outcomes Research and Research Infrastructure. Learn more about past research grant recipients.

Outcomes Research:

Research projects that focus on advancing cancer prevention, early detection, and access to care.

Projects must:·

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Falmouth, Maine.  Maine Cancer Foundation announced 7 Maine-based nonprofit organizations selected to receive $61,000 in grant funding to support critical patient transportation needs across the state.

“A ride can be the only thing that stands between life and death for a cancer patient. Because cancer is a slow-moving disease, it can be easy to overlook transportation issues. But missing a screening appointment, missing a chemotherapy treatment, skipping a follow-up visit because you can’t get a ride, these are small choices with dramatic outcomes.” Said Tara Hill, Executive Director of Maine Cancer Foundation.

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My name is Rachel and I am a native Mainer fighting cancer. 

Not one type, but four distinctly unique and different types.  The disease has been with me for the past 10 of my otherwise healthy 47 years.  It refuses to go away quietly.

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Starting March 30th on PBS:

THE STORY OF CANCER: The Emperor of All Maladies examines cancer with a cellular biologist’s precision, a historian’s perspective and a biographer’s passion. The series artfully weaves three different films in one: a riveting historical documentary; an engrossing and intimate vérité film; and a scientific and investigative report.