PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway in June raised $10.7 million to fund critical research programs aimed at finding a cure for prostate cancer. By accepting donations at local stores, the program has raised $28 million since it began in 2000. Each year the company partners with the Prostate Cancer Foundation, Santa Monica, Calif., to support a broad range of cancer research projects at leading research and medical institutions. "What began as a modest effort to raise awareness and assist the PCF ...

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