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American Cancer Society Relay For Life Huge Success in Hollywood

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ABC TV's "General Hospital" Lisa LoCicero (center) with cancer survivors, Greg Yau, Roland Ludlow (far right) Sun Born Natural Products Co.

The American Cancer Society’s Third Annual Relay for Life, Hollywood helped cancer survivors team up with their families and celebrities to honor those with cancer over the weekend Sun Born Natural Products Co. President Roland Ludlow and Herbal Balm Chi Creator Grandmaster Greg Yau donate Herbal Chi Balm to the second annual American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life this  over the weekend, (July 30-31, 2011.). This year’s Relay for Life Team Captain is Cancer Survivor Tom Wilson:

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Greg Yau, Actress Catlina Rodriguez, Roland Ludlow at Relay for Life event.

Cancer surivors dressed in purple T-shirts, Hollywood celebs, and Councilman Tom Labonge joined the non stop walking around the clock to battle cancer. The American Cancer Society’s two day event in Hollywood ended Sunday.

image of Aida Mayo, Greg Yau, Lorielle New, Roland Ludlow, Marina Anderson

Aida Mayo, Greg Yau, Lorielle New, Roland Ludlow, Marina Anderson

Team members, armed with tents and sleeping bags, and gather at HelenBernsteinHigh School football field over the weekend for the overnight campout against cancer. Celebrities lines up for photo shoots with cancer survivors and several hung medals of honor over the knecks of long time cancer survivors.

Images of ABC TV's General Hospital Nancy Lee, Julie Berman and Lisa LoCicero kick of American Cancer Society Relay for Life ceremonies in Hollywood over the weekend.

After soliciting pledges from friends, family, neighbors and colleagues, everyone took turns walking or running around the track and shared their experiences of courage, hope, and inspiration with each other.

Image of Banner and Cancer survivors walk around the track in Hollywood at Relay for Life event.

Cancer survivors walk around the track in Hollywood at Relay for Life event.

“Because cancer never sleeps, relays are overnight events to pay homage to all the courageous people affected by cancer,” team organizers said.

The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Lifeis a life-changing, family-oriented community event that celebrates the lives of those who have battled cancer, remembers loved ones lost, and empowers individuals and communities to fight back against a disease that affects so many,” said Eric Beikmann, American Cancer Society, Los Angeles office. Sun Born Natural Products Company armed with scores of Herbal Chi Balm passed out the samples to celebs, cancer survivors and participants at the crowded event.

The Herbal Chi Balm is a specialized natural product used for relief of pain from physical exertion, minor injury, and used for sports training during warm up and cool down after exercise. The Balm formula contains 100 percent pure organic unrefined Shea Butter, and lavender oil along with 20 hot and cold Chinese herbs. For full story, schedules and details of event visit:

Manhattan noted Doctor Faith Endorses Sun Born Products Co. Herbal Chi Balm

image of Doctor Faith Leuschen A Manhattan Beach  chiropractor and master  trainer of Neurological  Relief Center™ joins a short  list of celebrities, athletes  and doctors who have used  and endorsed Sun Born  Natural Products Co Herbal  Chi Balm.

 “It is a great pain reliever, and I rub it on my sore arm and leg muscles after full day of workouts,” said Dr. Faith E. Leuschen, DC, master trainer NRCT™.

“I plan to put it to the real test and try it out on my patients who will be getting a massage.”

As a master trainer in Neurologic Relief Center Technique™  Dr. Leuschen teaches the Neurologic Relief Center Technique™ to doctors from all over the country, hence helping thousands of disabled people across America who suffer from Fibromyalgia, severe pain, headaches, anxiety, depression, muscle pain, loss of memory, tremors, stroke, low back pain, neck pain, numbness, tingling and burning pain.