Tega Cay Resident Taking On One Of The World’s Most Deadliest Diseases At The Boston Marathon

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DSC00056Local Tega Cay resident Angie Heidel is now training to take on one of the world’s deadliest diseases in on of the world’s most famous races.

She will be running in the Boston Marathon this coming week on April 18th for the Melanoma Foundation – a foundation that is currently working to spread awareness and find a cure for the deadliest type of skin cancer.

Angie lost a close friend a couple years ago to melanoma cancer and is now more passionate than ever to help others.

The Melanoma Foundation reports that one person dies every hour from melanoma skin cancer, as it’s not only the most widely spread type of cancer, but also the fastest growing.

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