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Hope & Cope will proudly host what promises to be the premier social event of the spring season – Cancer Fight Club:Knockout!The bulk of the action will take place in a boxing ring set up in the centre of Espace Réunion, where amateur boxers, each of whom will have collected $2,000 in sponsorships, will participate in live matches. In addition to the excitement of cheering on the athletes, guests will enjoy great food and drink from many of Montreal’s best eateries, a DJ and a live auction. Proceeds of this event will be directed toCancerFightClub.com, an innovative Hope & Cope initiative that provides vital support to young adults, aged 18-39, who are struggling to live well with cancer. This on-line community, accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, gives young adults quick and easy access to hundreds of age-appropriate resources, as well as the chance to engage and connect with each other, to share their stories, to have their questions answered by health care professionals and most importantly, to find the support they need to “fight the fright” of cancer.