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[Source: Az Central] - Tempe's Kiwanis Community Park will host races in March to raise money to fight ovarian cancer and to help children suffering from Alport syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the kidneys.
More than 500 Valley residents are expected to join researchers from the Translational Genomics Research Institute on March 7 at the park for the first Steal a Cure 5K.
For more information: Kiwanis Park to host benefits for ovarian cancer, Alport syndrome
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