Speed and Sun At The 2015 Presidio 10-Mile/RRCA 10-Mile National Championship

Yesterday, I joined 4,000+ runners at Crissy Field in San Francisco, CA, to soak in the sun and enjoy the challenging course of the Presidio 10-Mile road race.  This was my fourth running of this hilly and fast route around the Presidio and Golden Gate Bridge put on by  The Guardsmen , and it was once again the  Road Runners Clubs of America  (RRCA) 10-mile National Championship. It was the perfect tune up for the Boston Marathon just a week away, so I was curious to see how my tempo pace would hold up now that I was finally free of that pesky two-month chest cold. But most of all I was thrilled to join many smiling runners on a perfect sunny day and roll through the familiar world class landmarks of the area

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Speed and Sun At The 2015 Presidio 10-Mile/RRCA 10-Mile National Championship

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Innovative way to educate healthcare professionals on improving nutrition for cancer survivors

Stories involving cancer and its devastating consequences are a frequent occurrence in the news. We are constantly being told which foods may cause cancer, and which may prevent it, but how much is fact, and how much is fiction is often in dispute. The same is true for cancer survivors trying to find reliable nutritional information which will help them to improve their quality of life and prevent future relapses.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Prevents Cancer, Saves Lives

2 comments By Marijke Vroomen Durning  |  Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Having a regular screening colonoscopy is your best defense against colon and rectal cancer .

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Why a New Immunotherapy for Lung Cancer Works for Only Some People

Add a Comment By Eva Kiesler, PhD, Science Writer/Editor   |  Thursday, April 16, 2015 According to an MSK study, a powerful immunotherapy drug for lung cancer works better in people whose tumors carry a lot of mutations caused by tobacco smoke. read more

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