PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway here has joined with the Prostate Cancer Foundation in Washington, D.C., to donate $3 million apiece to fund a program called Special Team Amplification of Research (S.T.A.R.) — a research initiative that will explore the role of targeted heat in therapy to treat prostate cancer. Safeway, through the Safeway Foundation, raised the money from customer donations at the checkstand, the company said, and the Prostate Cancer Foundation has agreed to match that $3 ...

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