Joseph Nagy let out a “boo” directed towards cancer that lasted non-stop for 54.31 seconds.
Melissa Owens embarked upon a personal goal to break a hugging record.
She gave out 600 hugs during a flash mob at Portlandrsquo;s Pioneer
Owensrsquo; hugging record was the fifth URDB record to be set by
supporters of the OHSU AYA program at the Knight Cancer
Lisa Watson, a Nurse Oncology Education Program marketing guru, has 62
office items wrapped in tin foil.
With the help of [The Bright Light Social Hour], 354
Break Cancer attendees sang "[I Will Survive]" in honor
of cancer survivors, a new world record.
The Break Cancer attendees set the record during URDB’s [BreakCancer
party] at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
346 people at theCanadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s Run For The
Cureevent “booed” cancer at once.
The feat was set during World Record Weekon K-Rock 89.3.
Peter Durdik balanced 21 cancer-related books on his head.
The OHSU Knight Cancer Institute faculty and staff and AYA
External Advisory Committee members stood and cheered without
interruption in honor of the cancer survivors for one minute and 19.01
Andrew and 40 members of Atlas from Penn State Dance Marathon stared down cancer at once.
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.
Twenty-six LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance members said “Break
cancer for young adults” at once.
10,000 fans at a college football game between the Texas Longhorns and Oklahoma Sooners held up Livestrong placards showing their support in the battle against cancer.
The record was set at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas on October 2, 2010.
Mairi W. said, “Cancer sucks” 25 times in 15 seconds.
Jack Butler made a joke about his cancer-related amputation 11 days
after he’d had his surgery.
46 “Mommas” shaved their heads in solidarity with kids battling
cancer. The group's goal is to raise $1 million dollars for pediatric oncology, and donate it the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.
70 people set a record for largest group of masked dental hygienists to
support Break Cancer as an early celebration of Oral, Head and Neck
Cancer Awareness Month and National Young Adult Cancer Awareness
The project was a combined effort between the [Dental Hygiene Alumni
Association of Columbus State Community College] and Joan’s Fund
(The Joan Bisesi Fund for Head and Neck Oncology Research).
[Dental Hygiene Alumni Association of Columbus State Community
301 people came together on the Southern Utah University
Thunderbirds football field to honor cancer survivors and Break
Cancer. They were participating inThe Iron County American Cancer
Society Relay for Life.