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  1. PatsFans.com Article

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    Ian's Daily Blog - The Patriots issued a release this afternoon that definitely grabbed my attention, and I wanted to take a moment to hopefully alert more of you to it. So for anyone heading to training camp next Monday, I definitely encourage you to take a moment and not only take them up on this, but to [...]

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    Good move by the Pats. Get yourselves screened.

    My grandmother, father and sister (left 2 young kids) all died from melanoma. Prevention first, then early detectiona and prompt action is important, once it metasticizes, you're done. No time to wait in a healthcare que with melanoma.
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    People think, "If I have a spot, I'll just get it removed and it'll be fine." That's provided you find it early enough. Most people ignore it and say they'll get it checked "the next time I go to the doctor". I can't get over how quickly it kills, especially after going through it and PatsWickedPissah obviously knows as well - so don't take any chances. If you're going to the stadium stop and take a moment to get screened.
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    Anything you can do
    to detect ANY cancer early
    ... is a step ahead of the game.
    Take it from me.
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