31 years ago, the Relay for Life was started and event-goers walked the track, camped out in tents, celebrated survivors, and honored those who lost their lives to cancer. The relays, which typically last up to 24 consecutive hours, has raised money for the American Cancer Society.
The Great American Smokeout is helping Americans kick the habit.
American Cancer Society spokesman Robin Brown says the annual event helps smokers take an important step toward a healthier life.
The smokeout, which is celebrated on the third Thursday of November, encourages people to quit smoking by giving them a date to stop...
Cancer survivors will be in the spotlight Friday night and Saturday at the annual Relay For Life at Paul Walsh Field in New Bedford.
The event is sponsored by the American Cancer Society.
Ana Costa is a cancer survivor and organizer of the Relay For Life...