Cancer survivors participate in Bengals Crucial Catch Game


CINCINNATI — Kettering Health teamed up with the Cincinnati Bengals to find cancer in its earliest stages through the Crucial Catch initiative, and at Sunday’s Crucial Catch game, on Oct. 15, cancer survivors were spotlighted throughout the game to raise awareness for cancer prevention.

In Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, cancer survivors participated in different ways, from singing the national anthem and serving as “Ruler of the Jungle, to a moving halftime show where they rang a bell to celebrate winning the fight against cancer, said a press release from Kettering Health.

Please find attached photos courtesy of the Cincinnati Bengals showing Heidi Siens, a breast cancer survivor and Kettering Health employee, carrying out duties as Ruler of the Jungle, and group photos of participants who rang the bell at halftime.

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