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Re-Live the 80's at The Beat It 5K While Helping Fight Breast and Ovarian Cancer

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During childhood we are required to get many vaccinations and immunizations to prevent diseases and spend our days in school among other children. These protective immunizations have stopped diseases that plagued the world hundreds of years ago, and now Dr. Vincent Tuohy, Ph.D. has made clinical research advancements toward preventive vaccinations or immunizations that may help adult women be able to work ahead of time before problems arise in breast and ovarian cancer and they will no longer have to deal with medicinal and hormone treatments as well as surgical removal of cysts and tumors. At 11am after all the race events Dr. Tuohy will be giving a speech about all of the advancements he has made recently in potential immunizations for breast and ovarian cancer.

The Beat It 5k Run is a challenging 3.2 miles that starts at Newport on the Levee, heads across the Taylor-Southgate Bridge into downtown Cincinnati. The route takes you along the river through downtown and back across the bridge to Newport on the Levee. This run will also be chip-timed for all that choose at no extra charge. Remember to dress in your favorite 80′s gear to make this the most fun and spirited 5k in town. The 5K Run will start at 9am at Newport on the Levee, with the Walk starting at 9:10. If you do not get to register early, race day registration will start at 7:30. If you do register early, the coordinators ask that you please pick up your packets on Friday at that SOTO Salon across the street from Montgomery Inn Boathouse. Go to www.beatit5k.com for more race details and registration.

There is an additional Survivor Bridge Walk starting at 9:30am that takes off from Newport on the Levee across the Taylor-Southgate Bridge and back, and is free for breast and ovarian cancer survivors. Just register in the same place on the website and make sure you select the Survivor Bridge Walk. For all you survivors walking the bridge, bring your family and friends out to cheer, and any runners to sign up and help support advancements in research for prevention and treatment!

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