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Member of a Saugus fundraising team for cancer research died of cancer two days before the Relay for Life. He will honored on Sunday.

SAUGUS — A man who died from cancer while raising money for cancer research will be honored at a car show on Sunday. Jim Perry joined Mom’s Cancer Fighting Angels, a group of family and friends raisin... read more

Relay for Life to celebrate the youngest cancer survivors

Relay For Life is a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society (ACS). During Relay, participants form teams and vow to keep at least one team member on the Relay course ... diagnosed with cancer at 2 ... read more

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