Students remembered and honored cancer patients for 18 hours for Relay for Life.
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The Cal Poly Relay for Life crew tied purple ribbons around trees and posts, and left chalk messages such as #beatcancer and #jointhefight on the ground around Dexter Lawn and the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) Plaza.
Relay for Life brings the community out to celebrate cancer survivors, remember those who lost their lives to the disease and fight back by raising money for a cure.
The hour-long seminar included discussion on the myths about foods causing cancer, easy steps to stay healthy, ways to create a well-balanced diet when fighting cancer, and real stories from Cal Poly survivor, Ashley James.