I hope that today finds each of you doing well in all ways and I hope that you are continuing your vigilance to stay well in these trying times. I want to share just a small portion of information with you about what the American Cancer Society is doing to help those still being affected by cancer. Cancer doesn’t stop for a pandemic, but we haven’t stopped being there for cancer patients either.

I’m proud of the work the American Cancer Society has done to transition services to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, and I wanted to share with you some of what we are doing and what we have temporarily had to stop doing:

Connie Woodruff is a senior community development manager and American Cancer Society Relay For Life staff partner for events in Adams and Franklin Counties. She can be reached at connie.woodruff@cancer.org . The American Cancer Society’s website is www.cancer.org and their 1-800-227-2345 number can be reached 24/7/365.

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