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Triple J joins fight against cancer

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Another local business joins the fight against cancer.

Just this morning Triple J Enterprises made the pledge and will kickoff their support this weekend at their 8th annual 5k family fun run/walk to benefit the Guam Cancer Care.

Guam Cancer Care's Charlona Lauron said, "As a joint the fight supporter and advocate, Triple J pledges to promote encourage and allow their employees to get screened for cancer in line with approved cancer screening guidelines, disseminate information to their employees, customers, and members in reference to cancer screenings and early detection programs."

The 5K is set for Saturday, November 16 at the Triple J Upper Tumon location in front of Kmart. Showtime is 5:15 a.m. and start time at 6 a.m.

Participants are asked to wear white as along the race track, paint blasting stations will throw colors at runners to raise awareness on the different cancer colors.

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