With 10 weeks until the Relay For Life of Highline – coming up on June 7–8 at Highline Memorial Stadium – organizers wanted to get the word out on some of the things that the dollars raised through the Relay are able to accomplish. “A low-cost device designed by two University of Washington researchers and a undergraduate engineering student could give doctors a better head start un-diagnosing pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal forms of this disease,” they said in a statement. University of Washington’s cancer research initiatives receive funding from the American Cancer Society largely from the dollars that people like you raise in Relay For Life. Learn more and sign up today at www.HighlineRelay.org!]]>

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