CIty “Goes Gold” for Juvenile Cancer Awareness

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Angelo State University students are helping raise awareness this month about juvenile cancer.

Experts say less than four percent of cancer research dollars are dedicated to childhood cancer research.

During the month of September around San Angelo people are are going “gold”.  ASU Students and other volunteers tied yellow ribbons on trees around town for “go gold”.

“We are trying to raise money for research because there’s not very many methods of bringing a child out of cancer,” said supporter Robbie Faught. “Only four percent of money given is given to child cancer.”
Volunteers will be tying yellow ribbons to mark “Go Gold” in other neighborhoods across San Angelo this month to raise awareness for funding and research.

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