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Survivor winners Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca battle cancer by dying hair pinkSurvivor winners Ethan Zohn and Jenna Morasca battle cancer by dying hair pink

Ethan Zohn, Jenna Morasca Dye Hair Pink to Fight Cancer

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A true “Survivor” on and off screen, Ethan Zohn and girlfriend Jenna Morasca are taking a stand against cancer by dying their hair pink.

As you can see from the picture above, the couple doesn’t back down when it comes to battling the disease. After being in remission for months, Zohn’s Hodgkin’s lymphoma returned in September of last year.

In January, he received his third treatment of the new chemo drug, SGN-35, and revealed he was “responding very well to the drug.” In a few weeks, Zohn, 38, will receive another stem-cell treatment.

If anything, Zohn is an inspiration for all cancer patients, as this weekend he will participate in the Cycle for Survival and the Kaiser Permanente Half-Marathon in San Francisco. He also ran the New York City marathon in November.

Zohn and Morasca, who is also a “Survivor” winner, have been dating for eight years. They seem like a very proud couple who don’t back down to challenges, which they proved while on the tough reality show.

Tomorrow is World Cancer Today and Zohn is asking all to take a stand, “Tomorrow is #WorldCancerDay.Take a stand &make a personal pledge 2do something 2prevent cancer!I pledge 2 @su2c.Will u?…”

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  • lany

    I love Jenna and Ethan, truly good people with good hearts and souls who used their fame to help others. True inspirations to me

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