Hundreds of people came together Friday night at FSU to help fight cancer.
It's for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life. It symbolizes hope and the shared goal to end the disease that threatens so many lives. Students, cancer survivors and others walked laps around the field at FSU to help raise money for cure.
"I never realized how many people cared about those who have had cancer or how many people were affected by cancer," said cancer survivor Samuel Huxford.
"Relaying to me is a bunch of people coming together to find a cure for one day that no one will have to suffer from cancer," added Huxford.
A luminaria ceremony was also held to remember the people who lost their battle, currently battling or won their battle with cancer.
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