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NEW YORK — A run on Father’s Day aims to help fight the most common cancer in young men — one responsible for the death of PIX11 sportscaster Sean Kimerling.

Kimerling was 37 when he lost his battle with an aggressive form of testicular cancer in 2003.

Now, NYCRUNS & the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation are hosting the fourth annual Running of the Balls 5K & 10K on Roosevelt Island.

Anyone wishing to celebrate Father’s Day while helping fight this disease is asked to participate.

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