On Cancer, Lynch Syndrome and Soccer

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Despite three bouts with cancer, David Dubin still continued to play soccer. Now, not only is he persevering on the soccer field, but in the field of cancer as well. Dubin and his wife, Robin, founded AliveAndKickin. This organization works toward bettering the lives of people like Dubin who have Lynch Syndrome, which gives a genetic predisposition to cancer.

Despite three bouts with cancer, David Dubin still continues to play soccer. Now, not only is he persevering on the soccer field, but in the field of cancer as well. Dubin and his wife, Robin, founded AliveAndKickin, an organization working toward improving the lives of people like Dubin who have Lynch Syndrome, which gives a genetic predisposition to cancer, and their families.

AliveAndKickin recently launched the HEROIC Registry, a patient-centered database of information for people who have a higher hereditary risk of developing cancer.

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