C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research

October 22, 2020

The C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research celebrated its 20th year in 2019. The event raised $218,575 for the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan. Every dollar raised stays in Saskatchewan and helps fund local research projects. The C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research began in 2000 when C95 Morning Show host, Lisa Rendall, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Lisa sadly passed away in 2011, but the event continues to honour her and her legacy. Over $4.8 million has been raised for breast cancer research in Saskatchewan since the marathon began.

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Why The C95 Radio Marathon Should Matter To Everyone

In Saskatchewan, 740 women were diagnosed with the disease last year. * That's two women hearing the words, 'you have cancer,' every day. Kristen Fiolleau and Deanna Ratzlaff, of Saskatoon, are two of those women. They are two strangers brought together by the Midwest Laser C95 Radio Marathon for Breast Cancer Research. They want everyone to know how important the marathon should be to everyone.

Troy Kocur

Cancer has affected Regina's Troy Kocur in many ways. If there is one positive, it's that his diagnosis has given him a new perspective on life.

Crystal Stark

Crystal Stark is thankful to have the Regina Cancer Patient Lodge in her life.