Doctors Urge Screening for Lung Cancer

(CNN) — Early detection for diseases such as lung cancer can save lives, but exactly who needs to be screened is something doctors are trying to figure out. Lung cancer survivor Donna Craig, probably would not be alive today if she hadn’t been screened for lung cancer. Craig was a smoker for most of her … Continue reading »

Thousands Walk in Race for the Cure

EUGENE, Ore. –There wasn’t a football game Sunday, but thousands of people headed to Autzen Stadium in the morning for the annual Race or the Cure. People walked or ran along the streets of Eugene for the Susan G. Komen fundraiser run. Teams of runners were decked out from head to toe in pink for … Continue reading »

Dog Saves Owner from Cancer

EUGENE, Ore. — A woman is cancer free, four years after her breast cancer diagnosis. She says she owes her life to her dog. Elisabeth Zier says at first she didn’t understand why her dog was scratching at her chest; but, she eventually knew something was terribly wrong. Encouraged by her dog’s actions, Zier went … Continue reading »

Be a Part of a Historic Research Study

EUGENE, Ore. — Recruiters from the American Cancer Society are in town to give people the chance to participate in a historic research study called Cancer Prevention Study 3. This week, recruiters are in both Eugene and Springfield looking for men and women between 30 and 65 years of age who have never been diagnosed with … Continue reading »

Sign-Up Open for National Cancer Study

EUGENE, Ore. — This is the final year to sign up for a national long-term study to fight cancer. The goal is to follow 300,000 participants over the next 25 to 30 years to learn more about cancer and why it’s been seen alarming rates. The initial sign up requires a questionnaire; then a 30 … Continue reading »

Relay for Life Fundraiser Goal on Track

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene and Springfield residents rallied for the cause last weekend for Relay for Life. Now that clean-up is complete, the focus now shifts to the numbers. Preliminary reports show this relay is right on track. Walkers came by the hundreds–survivors, families, local companies, and ordinary people–with an extraordinary goal: to find a … Continue reading »

Eugene Man Directs Relay For Life Funds

EUGENE, Ore. — The sixth largest Relay for Life event in the world takes place in Eugene on Friday. Hundreds of participants will circle around the track at Willamette High School to raise money for cancer research. Rich Truett, President and Chief Operating Officer of Bi-Mart in Eugene, has been walking at the Eugene-Springfield Relay for Life … Continue reading »

Dutch Bros Kick Cancer Day

EUGENE, Ore. – Wednesday a cup of coffee can help find a cure for cancer. It’s Dutch Bros Kick Cancer Day. All drinks are just $2. The money raised will go to the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Kristin Salliday, with the American Cancer Society, stopped by KEZI 9 News this Morning to discuss … Continue reading »

Cancer Prevention Study-3 Begins

EUGENE, Ore. — The American Cancer Society kicked off its Cancer Prevention Study-3 campaign in the Eugene-Springfield area, Wednesday. It’s the first time in the Pacific Northwest was invited to take part in a long-term study to better understand what’s causing cancer and what prevents it. Anyone between the ages of 30-65 years old and … Continue reading »

Cancer Cure Challenge

EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene’s Health and Fitness Director is taking health and fitness one step further; his mission to get rid of cancer. Steve Auferoth, 58, is the Eugene’s Health and Fitness Director and teaches classes and inspires healthy life styles. Healthy city employees translates to fewer doctor visits, meaning savings on … Continue reading »

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