NES Sponsors 2013 Stop Cancer Now 5k Run/Walk for Cancer Treatment Research

IT Company Supports Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund . . .

ALEXANDRIA, VA – For the second consecutive year, NES Associates, LLC ( was a Silver level sponsor of the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund’s 2013 Stop Cancer Now 5k Run/Walk. NES proudly supports this worthy cause with total donations currently exceeding $7,500 while continuing Team NES participation in the race for the third successive year.

Based in Washington, DC, the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund, part of the National Research Center for Women & Families, helps children and adults reduce their risk of getting cancer and offers assistance in choosing the safest and most effective treatments. The National Research Center for Women & Families is a nonprofit research, education and advocacy organization that promotes the health and safety of adults and children.

“The very generous support of NES Associates over the past four years has provided desperately needed assistance to cancer patients through our cancer hotline, and also has been a great boost to our 5k participants who run or walk in honor of loved ones affected by cancer,” says Dr. Diana Zuckerman, president of the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund. “We are so grateful to NES for helping us to help adults and children reduce their risks of getting all types of cancer, and assisting them in choosing the safest, most effective cancer treatments.”

The 5k Run/Walk took place on Sunday, Sept. 22nd along the C&O Canal Trail in Georgetown, Washington, DC. For more information about the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Fund, please visit their website at

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