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Team Draft Celebrates Survivorship at NFL Stadiums

Chris Draft is joining lung cancer survivors at football stadiums across the country to celebrate survivorship.
Lung cancer claims the lives of nearly 160,000 Americans annually, but most people don’t realize that it’s the biggest cancer killer and that each year 30,000 non-smokers are diagnosed with the disease. The fact is that anyone can get lung cancer, even if you have never smoked, and it is often difficult to detect early.

Former NFL linebacker Chris Draft lost his 38-year-old wife, Keasha, to lung cancer in December 2011 and is helping to tackle the disease’s stigma through Team Draft, an organization they launched together to promote lung cancer awareness.

As part of Team Draft’s “Survivor At Every Stadium” initiative, Chris is joining lung cancer survivors at football stadiums across the country to celebrate survivorship, give hope and spotlight the important work being done in cancer research and treatment that is changing the lives of those battling the disease.
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