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UNH participates in 'Relay for Life' after death of student

Many students at the University of New Hampshire participated in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life after the death of a fellow student to mesothelioma and nueroblastoma.

Relay for Life is a 24 hour event that is dedicated to raising awareness and funds for cancer research. The UNH’s Relay for Life raised over $69,000. One UNH senior was mourning the loss of his girlfriend, the fellow student who recently lost her battle with cancer, at the event. However, he also said that this event was helping him to cope, because he felt like he was helping to make a difference.

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