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10th (and final) Golf Tournament for Mike Boyd Foundation,Inc,

Thank you all for your past support! We hope to see you once again for the finale. Any questions, call Neal at 781.888.9568 

DATE: July 19, 2019

LOCATION: Hillview Country Club


TEE TIME: 8:00 AM Shotgun Start


Luncheon to follow at Hillview.


Registration is $150 for golf and luncheon. 


You can also attend just the luncheon for $50.


Checks can be made out to Mike Boyd Foundation

and mailed to:

22 Lee Street, Reading, MA 01867



Doors for lunch will open at 12:00pm where the cash bar and raffle stations will await you. We expect the golfers to wrap up between 12:00 & 12:30pm the luncheon, raffle and awards presentation will begin soon after.



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Facts

"Doctors are puzzled. They have no explanation for this increase of lung cancer among young, non-smokers. There are theories and questions about whether there are genetic factors, whether there are hormonal factors or other environmental factors. That's one of the reasons they really need more research dollars — to try to figure out what is happening here."
-Anthony Everett and Mary Richardson, Chronicle on Channel 5

  • Lung cancer is hard to detect, almost always fatal and kills more Americans than breast, pancreatic, colon and prostate cancer combined
  • The deadliest of all cancers - Only 15% survive 5 years, most only 1 year
  • Survival rates for lung cancer have barely improved over the last 40 years. Why are the survival numbers so low?
    -Because so few cases are diagnosed at early stage when cancer is most curable
    -Despite the dire need for research, very little federal funding is comitted to lung cancer research

Click here to watch: Lung Cancer, the Deadliest Enemy


Sources:

*Chronicle on Channel 5

(Lung Cancer - The Deadliest Enemy)

*Lung Cancer Alliance

           

Photos

Facts

"Doctors are puzzled. They have no explanation for this increase of lung cancer among young, non-smokers. There are theories and questions about whether there are genetic factors, whether there are hormonal factors or other environmental factors. That's one of the reasons they really need more research dollars — to try to figure out what is happening here."
-Anthony Everett and Mary Richardson, Chronicle on Channel 5

  • Lung cancer is hard to detect, almost always fatal and kills more Americans than breast, pancreatic, colon and prostate cancer combined
  • The deadliest of all cancers - Only 15% survive 5 years, most only 1 year
  • Survival rates for lung cancer have barely improved over the last 40 years. Why are the survival numbers so low?
    -Because so few cases are diagnosed at early stage when cancer is most curable
    -Despite the dire need for research, very little federal funding is comitted to lung cancer research

Click here to watch: Lung Cancer, the Deadliest Enemy


Sources:

*Chronicle on Channel 5

(Lung Cancer - The Deadliest Enemy)

*Lung Cancer Alliance