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The dying American Cancer Society “signature fundraiser” sends out obit in Richland County

It’s been announced that in Richland County, the RFL has come to an end after 25 years.

‘Round-up’ money for the American Cancer Society

Ladies and gentlemen, if you’re still spending several hours each summer walking around and around a track, square, park, whathaveyou, in the ongoing “Relay for Life” events – STOP.

Just. Stop.

You are not helping anything. If it’s the only exercise you get all year, you’re not even helping yourself; you need to do that kind of activity daily, not annually. You’re going to give yourself a heart attack or stroke, and…you’re not helping one. Cancer. Victim. Not one.

You are, however, padding the coffers of the administration that puts out this “signature fundraising event” annually. That administration, and the administration of every division the American Cancer Society says you’re funding when you donate…raise money walking around a track…camp out overnight because “cancer never sleeps so why should I?” one night a year…for this odious “charity.”


Most of you know that we here at Disclosure aren’t big fans of the American Cancer Society.

Locals waking up to the reality of the American Cancer Society

Fairfield mayor Mickey Borah may appear to not know most of the time what he’s doing (unless it’s enriching himself and his buddies/cronies), but last night he apparently had some actively-firing brain cells when it came time for the city’s annual donation to the American Cancer Society’s ‘signature fundraiser,’ the Relay for Life

The Annual Cancer Scam…and how you can undo the damage they’ve wrought

This is going to sound like a bit of déjà vu here, but…

If you are still planning on spending a day and a night this summer going round and round and round a track, either walking, running, cycling, skating, or just hanging out with everyone for the social event of the year…stop. Just. Stop.

Annual Cancer Scam: Let’s talk about truth

So I guess it’s that time of year again where I am tasked with being the one to tell you the cold, hard truth about one of the world’s biggest “charitable” organizations.


Now if they could only get to the bottom of the fraud that is the American Cancer Society…

Planning on going round and round a track this month “for cancer”? Don’t.

June and July are typically the months when most American Cancer Society fundraisers—the Relay for Life—are held.

Mammogram screenings don’t reduce cancer death rates, study finds

Yearly mammography screenings for women ages 40 to 59 do not reduce breast cancer deaths, even though they make a diagnosis of illness more likely, according to a long-term study of nearly 90,000 Canadian women.

What is “The Master’s Hands”? You’ll be pleased to learn!

With this season of “charities” abounding that aren’t really “charitable” (we’re talking specifically about the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and other fundraisers that go to supporting regional office redecorations, as well as major salaries for those who sit in the offices), it’s kind of easy to get jaded about any organization that proclaims itself a charity.

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