Matt Barnes Snoop Dogg Athletes vs Cancer

Matt Barnes is one of Los Angeles premier athletes when it comes to sports he is mentally tough and very vocal. When it comes to cancer Matt takes his passion to the next level, Matt has enlisted help from super stars althletes from every in sport to join him this week for Athletes VS Cancer.  DJ Hustle

Established by NBA Champion Matt Barnes, Athletes versus Cancer is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that gives exhaustive assets, support, and backing for families and survivors affected by cancer over all populaces. In organization with different competitors, big names, and influencers, AVC stores research, training, and effort to advance early identification with a definitive objective of cancer prevention.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — NBA Champion Matt Barnes will host the 5th Annual Athletes vs. Cancer Celebrity Football Game on Sunday, August 12, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Fairfax High School. In partnership with the legendary entertainer Snoop Dogg, Barnes will kick off the celebrity weekend with a Thursday Cannabis Summit #Smoke4aCure where physicians, scientists, botanists, and more will discuss the medicinal benefits amidst the backdrop of product displays and entertainment.  On Friday the 10th, the AVC presents #Bowl4aCure at Lucky Strike DTLA.

“Having lost my mother to cancer seven years ago, my mission is to support cancer patients and their families during one of the hardest battles of their lives,” said Barnes. “Through innovative research, we can enhance public awareness of the many ways to detect cancer in its early stages with the ultimate goal of cancer prevention.”

The American Cancer Society estimates that 2018 will present 1,735,350 new cancer cases and 609,640 cancer deaths.  Athletes vs. Cancer provides support services and inspires hope for those affected by cancer. Furthermore, the Foundation aims to help those living in communities with minimal resources to access regular cancer screenings. With proceeds supporting mobile cancer screening units and financial support for hospice patients, Barnes hopes to encourage young people to strive for lifestyle changes in the fight to eradicate cancer.  HustleTV