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26 June 2014

Xenomorph Participates in American Cancer Society Financial Services Cares Gala for Second Year

As one person I cannot change the world, but I can change the world of one person – Paul Shane Spear. As a mantra, not many come better to live by.

According to cdc.gov, each year about 8 million people die from cancer and 14 million people are diagnosed with it. To put things into perspective, twice as many people die from cancer than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined. The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a voluntary health organization dedicated to the elimination of cancer. Anything that we as individuals, groups or institutions can do to assist in this regard is valued as every effort helps to aid in research and clinical trials that continue the hopes of cancer cures being found.

Into its ninth year, the annual American Cancer Society Financial Services Cares Gala will take place on Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City to bring together leaders in the financial services industry who are invested in the fight against cancer. Xenomorph is proud in its association with the ACS and to be donating a custom men’s suit for the second year running to be auctioned at the event.

Visit the ACS Financial Services Cares Gala page to learn more about the event and how you can get involved.


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