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Workshops: Cancer Guard. Receive up to $100,000 when a Cancer diagnosis on you!

  • Mar 3, 2013 · 2:00 PM
  • IFG

Sunday Workshops

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada, surpassing cardiovascular disease.

2 out of 5 people will develop cancer during their lifetimes.

On average, more than 500 Canadians are diagnosed with cancer every day.

(Source: Canadian Cancer Society - Canadian Cancer Statistics, 2012)

Chances are, you know someone who smokes. Maybe it's your cousin or the guy you hang out with at your job at the mall. Whether you smoke or you're regularly around someone who does, it's never healthy to breathe in tobacco smoke. Even occasional or short-term exposure can take a toll on the body.

Secondhand smoke comes from both the smoke that smokers exhale (called mainstream smoke) and the smoke floating from the end of the cigarette, cigar, or pipe (called sidestream smoke).

It may seem pretty harmless, but secondhand smoke actually contains thousands of chemicals — from arsenic and ammonia to hydrogen cyanide — many of which have been proven to be toxic or to cause cancer (called carcinogens). High concentrations of many of these chemicals are found in secondhand smoke. In fact, secondhand smoke significantly increases a person's risk for cancer.

We're going to show you how to receive up to $100,000 in the event of a Cancer diagnosis.

You can use the payment any way you like:

  • Meet your obligations (mortgage, car loan, credit cards, etc.)
  • Receive additional medical care (home care, professional services, etc.)
  • Pay for services (caregiver, babysitter, etc.)
  • Cover unforeseeable expenses

Meet Our Speaker: Simon Chiu, Senior Training Manager of Inslink Financial Group. Simon is a regular presenter at events that include; community gathering, financial seminars and private company events. He knows that the world of money is a world of emotion. It's a stage on which we play out all of our dramas. The lessons money has to teach us go well beyond the financial. They reach deep into our emotional and even our spiritual lives.

Location: Unit 243 - 2680 Shell Road, Richmond BC

Admission: Free

Please call Alice[masked], if you cannot find the address.

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