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On November 5, Fans for the Cure “broke the ice” by bringing our educational mission to a regular season NHL game for the first time.
Partnering with the New York Islanders in support of their Men’s Health Awareness Night, we spent an evening sharing life-saving information about prostate cancer with 9,400 hockey fans at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.
The Student Council at Bergen Beach School in Brooklyn, New York donned fake mustaches to raise awareness about men’s health during the month of Movember. With guidance from technology teacher, Cory Goodman, the students led a schoolwide campaign that included creating posters and talking to their families about getting tested for prostate cancer and other men’s diseases. The students also raised more than $700 in donations over the four-week campaign.
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