Harry wrote “Beat Cancer” 10 times on a Skype call in 34.51 seconds.
A total of 20 people simultaneously spoke the words "Break Cancer" upon completing a marathon and half-marathon. They set the record as part of Team Shan Breast Cancer Awareness for Young Women activities during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Ontario, Canada.
Joseph Nagy let out a “boo” directed towards cancer that lasted non-stop for 54.31 seconds.
The Association of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Nurses (APHON) invited 300 people across the United States including their members, colleagues, patients and their families to wear "Break Cancer" tattoos.
They set the record in recognition of the Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Month.
Twenty-six LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance members said “Break
cancer for young adults” at once.
While wearing fake mustaches, 48 members of Texas 4000 danced in a
conga line. Each mustache was made using Break Cancer stickers.
In Celebration of Australia’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 95 sets
of balloons were put together to represent as “pink boobs.” The feat was
set by the Chicks In Pink charity in coordination with Racecourse
Art Hoffman ripped 22 cigarettes in half.
A group of 120 people composed of patients, survivors, caregivers,
advocates, navigators, healthcare professionals and attorneys gathered
together to learn about cancer rights. The rights discussed include
Employment amp; Taking Time Off Work, Health, Disability and Life
Insurance Options, Access to Health Care, Insurance Navigation and
Appeals, Understanding Health Care Reform, Cancer Community Resources,
Genetics amp; the Law, Legislative Advocacy, Education Rights of
Children and Young Adults with Cancer, and Financial Planning.
Members of the Young Adult Oncology Group pulled a plane 15 feet in
5.19 seconds. They performed this feat to raise money for cancer
Jacob Betts and theHLUMCRelay For Life team baked a pink cancer
awareness ribbon cake measuring eight feet long.
Jennifer Velazquez and 29 of her coworkers participated in a kickball
game to spiritually “kick” cancer.
A group of young adult cancer survivors formed
a circle to play drums for two minutes and 27.88 seconds during
Camp Mak-A-Dream’s 2011 Teen Camp at Gold Creek Montana.
A total of 48 cancer survivors and supporters from Camp Mak-A-Dream
Young Adult Conference ate Fruit Loops simultaneously.
Over 700 cancer survivors did "The Twist" in Grant Park at the
18th Annual Cancer Survivors’ Walk amp; Celebration.
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