BALTIMORE (AP) — Italian soccer stars are coming to Baltimore to promote a cancer awareness program.

The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center says Alessandro “Billy” Costacurta and Paulo Taveggia will be at the center on Tuesday to announce the Red Card Cancer partnership.

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The partnership will promote cancer awareness through youth soccer camps. Johns Hopkins says one of the camps will be held July 17-19th at the Community College of Baltimore County in Essex with UMBC men’s soccer Coach Pete Caringi.

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A mini-clinic for pediatric patients and their families at Johns Hopkins Hospital will also be held following the announcement.

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