A Real Person Behind the Relay

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A moving part of every Relay for Life is light, whether in the form of luminarias or candles. The light is used as a reminder that no one is alone in the dark with this disease. Pictured a single personal note of support for those fighting the good fight to eradicate cancer.

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Hundreds of participants celebrate at Relay for Life events. Relays are open to all: the public, cancer survivors, caregivers and anyone whose life or heart has been touched by this disease.Pictured is Tamika Stove, American River Relay for Life Community Manager, California Division of the American Cancer Society.A moving part of every Relay for Life is light, whether in the form of luminarias or candles. The light is used as a reminder that no one is alone in the dark with this disease. Pictured a single personal note of support for those fighting the good fight to eradicate cancer.