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The National Foundation for Cancer Research Joins Soccer Teams to “Kick it to Cancer”

 

Bethesda, Md. – May 18, 2011 – The National Foundation for Cancer Research is teaming up with soccer

players around the country for a nationwide fundraiser entitled “Kick it to Cancer!” Any soccer team,

whether high school, college, or community-based, can participate by dedicating proceeds from one or

more games to be donated to NFCR.

 

“There are countless ways you can help fund cancer research, but a great place to start is by utilizing the

talents you already possess,” said Togel Singapore Franklin C. Salisbury Jr., President of NFCR. “Fundraising programs like

‘Kick it to Cancer’ allow you to do what you love and help save lives at the same time.”

NFCR is providing numerous resources to help participants get started, including an event manual and

cancer information materials. The campaign lasts throughout the end of the year.

To sign up or get more information, click here or visit www.nfcr.org/kickittocancer.

 

About the National Foundation for Cancer Research

 

The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) is a leading charity dedicated to funding cancer

research and public education relating to cancer prevention, earlier diagnosis, better treatments and,

ultimately, a cure for cancer. NFCR promotes and facilitates collaboration among scientists to accelerate

the pace of discovery from bench to bedside.

 

Since 1973, NFCR has provided over $288 million in direct support of discovery-oriented cancer research

focused on understanding how and why cells become cancerous, and on public education relating to

cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. NFCR scientists are discovering cancer’s molecular

mysteries and translating these discoveries into therapies that hold the hope for curing cancer. NFCR is

about Research for a Cure -mcures for all types of cancer.

 

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Suwon Look Complete At Judi Online24Jam Deposit Uang Halfway Stage

 

 

As the K-League reaches the halfway stage, there is one team that looks like 100% champions, one that is setting the bar higher every week. It is a statistic that improves by the week but has become so familiar that it almost ceases to impress. Suwon Samsung Bluewings have won the last eleven league matches. It is a new record and at the moment, it is hard to see when it is going to end.

 

“The Blue winning machine’” it has been called by Judi Online24Jam Deposit Uang some writers who find that match reports when watching Suwon almost write themselves. March 16 was the last and only time in 2008 when the Bluewings didn’t taste victory – a 2-2 draw at perennial title rivals Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma. Seongnam is still in second but lagging a massive nine points behind. FC Seoul is in third.

 

But at the moment, it is all about the boys from the Big Bird Stadium just to the south of Seoul. Suwon is unstoppable. The latest win was a 2-0 triumph at home to Incheon United. “It was a tough match for us,” said coach Cha Bum-keun. “With the injuries we have, some players were playing out of position and I am proud that they came through and we won.”

 

“This was a game in which we really needed Mato,” added the boss. Mato is Mato Neretjlak, currently the best central defender in the K-League and one of the best in Asia. If he was Korean then the final stage of qualification for the 2010 World Cup would look much easier but the 29 year-old is a former Croatian international and the man responsible for organizing the Suwon backline along with Korea’s 2002 and 2006 World Cup goalkeeper Lee Woon-jae.…

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Liverpool Vs Lyon – Judi Online24Jam Dr. Joel Rookwood

 

 

Clinging to the rickety banisters I walked slowly up the seemingly endless winding staircase before climbing onto the roof of the Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourviere. The guide directed us down a narrow passageway which led onto an overhanging balcony that can’t have been designed for touring parties. I was beginning to think the middle-aged tour guide, whose capacity to converse in English would rival Paul Merson’s, Judi Online24Jam was not as official as he had claimed. Having seemingly made up a route around the upper echelons of this impressive eighteenth century structure, he proceeded to bombard us with the least interesting and most questionable information known to man. It was like spending an afternoon with Bryan Robson.

 

Accompanying me and the linguistically challenged but otherwise likeable pensioner was little Danny, a connoisseur of great heights and an experienced building site campaigner. The rest of the lads wisely opted to remain in the bars and leave the culture well alone. Danny laughed at my fearful shuffling across the roof, and pushed me into every dangerous surface he could see. When I eventually summoned the courage to stand on and then look out over balcony however, I was suitably impressed with the view of Lyon that stretched out below us. The guide pointed out the ground of Olympique Lyonnais, and immediately our mindset changed. We could only hope that as the events of that evening unfolded, Liverpool’s grip on their Champions League status would be as unyielding as my grip on the stone handles of the Basilique.

 

As impressive as the building was, this tour was not the cultural experience I was expecting on arrival in France’s second city on Wednesday afternoon. It was however a far safer adventure than that experienced on my last visit to Lyon. …

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Argentina 2:1 Dominoqq Tunisia

 

 

Argentina kicked off the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup with a comfortable 2-1 win over Tunisia in Cologne. Goals from Villareal’s Juan Riquelme and Monaco’s Javier Saviola were enough to kill off the spirited though limited African champions.

 

The North Africans started as firm underdogs but Dominoqq took the game to the twice World Cup winners in the opening minutes, backed by the noisy drums and chants of their expat support in the half-full Rhein-Energie Stadion.

 

The Tunisians, coached by Roger Lemerre, the man who led the French to the most pathetic defence of a World Cup in Korea three summers ago, gave Argentina an early scare in the fifth minute when Imed Mhadhbi’s flick released Haykel Guemamdia who left Fabio Coloccini for dead before before Mario Santana intervened with a last-ditch tackle.

 

Soon the Argentinians were in control, and Saviola as a roaming predator was causing problems, blazing over after seven minutes and denied by the advancing Khaled Fadhel five minutes later.

 

Real Zaragoza’s Luciano Galletti shold have given them the lead in the fourteenth minute from a Juan Sorin cross but powered his header over the crossbar.

 

Despite the territorial possession exerted by the South Americans, Tunisia still looked sharp on the break and one such counter on the 17 minute mark brought them a penalty as German Lux, the only home-based player in Argentina’s squad, brought down Guemamdia.

 

The 23-year old Tunisian striker, who is on his way to Nantes next season, casually loped up to the spot before languidly swiping the ball a good two yards wide of the post, to the consternation of the Tunisian fans and the hilarity of the Argentinians.

 

The rest of the half saw Argentina maintain possession and Tunisia looking for the counter-attack, …

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