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1 Alice Pomponio Named Managing Director of American Cancer Society's BrightEdge
2 Idaho Legislature can save lives by raising cigarette tax by $1.50 per pack
3 ACS CAN Reacts to Murphy State of the State
4 Maine advocates push for better access to cancer treatment, prevention
5 Letter: Protect right to smoke-free air | Letters to the Editor |
6 Oregon smokers will start paying more to feed their habit beginning Friday
7 Up in Smoke: Cigarette taxes projected to save lives
8 Only a Smokescreen? Big Tobacco Stands Down as Colorado and Oregon Hike Cigarette Taxes
9 Prisons taking tobacco orders ahead of legal smoking
10 Mississippi prisons taking tobacco orders ahead of legal smoking
11 Vaccine rollout causes ‘confusion, frustration, anger’ for immunocompromised people
12 Up In Smoke: New e-cigarette tax to take effect Jan. 1
13 Pancreatic Cancer Cases Increase; PanCAN Is Here to Help
14 Ozarks Tonight: ACS CAN’s Legislative Priorities
15 COVID-19 Pandemic May Impact Clinical Trial Enrollment Due to Increased Exposure to the Virus
16 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network praises bill halting sale of flavored tobacco in California
17 Some prisons taking pre-orders for cigarettes, in preparation for Feb. 1 lift of smoking ban
18 American Cancer Society honors Caribou resident
19 Paramus Relay For Life kicks off 2021 fundraising
20 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network reignites cancer research (Letters)
21 Charitable Nonprofits Send Letter to President Biden and Congressional Leaders Making Case for Pandemic Relief
22 Effective Date Delayed For California's Flavored Tobacco Ban
23 Doctor Wipes Away $650,000 in Debt From 200 Cancer Patients' Bills
24 The 2021 Health Power 100: 51-100
25 When Colorado Hiked Up Cigarette Taxes, Big Tobacco Stood Aside. Why?
26 American Cancer Society's Lights of Hope Across America goes virtual
27 US cancer patients spent $5.6B on healthcare in 2018, report finds
28 Letter to the Editor: Cancer Research Must Continue Even Amid Pandemic
29 Bill to Close Health Disparities, Honor Henrietta Lacks Becomes Law – Maryland Matters
30 News Among First Moves, Biden Orders Masks on Federal Property
31 STATE CAPITOL BRIEFS: Benton legislator says he has virus | Tax cut bills put at end of session | Car-wash fees bill stance questioned
32 Big Tobacco stands down as Colorado and Oregon hike cigarette taxes
33 Tennessee is 1st to be approved for Medicaid block grant
34 Bridgewater cancer advocate awarded for work to curb youth vaping
35 Rogers: Cancer doesn't stop, but neither do we
36 Cancer Patients see delays in health care during COVID-19 pandemic
37 Personalized Cancer Vaccines Market 2021 | Know the Latest COVID19 Impact Analysis And Strategies of Key Players:Neon Therapeutics, Moderna, Inc., Merck & Co., Inc., Gritstone Oncology, Personalis Inc – KSU | The Sentinel Newspaper
38 American Cancer Society Action Network calls out Big Tobacco for "Great American Smoke Out"
39 Gov. Lee signs Tennessee's Medicaid block grant
40 Opinion: Pandemic healthcare’s affecting cancer patients too
41 Gary Reedy to retire as CEO of American Cancer Society and ACS CAN
42 Survey: Cancer Patients, Including New Yorkers, Increasingly Face COVID-19 Health Impact
43 Mendota's Arellano enters 7th year as 16th District lead volunteer for Cancer Society's Action Network
44 Salem woman honored for cancer advocacy: Holding Court
45 American Cancer Society Alarmed By Smoking Statistics
46 Cancer During Coroanvirus
47 Matt Helder Joins American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network to Direct Gov't Relations in State
48 For Las Vegas breast cancer patient, others, virus presents another hurdle
49 2019 Amarillo Globe-News Man, Woman of the Year
50 American Cancer Society announces a wave of furloughs and layoffs as COVID-19 constricts fundraising – The Cancer Letter
51 Wisconsin residents honor lives impacted by cancer with display at Wisconsin State Capitol
52 American Cancer Society Action Network Names Monique Limón Legislator of Year
53 Health care groups form coalition to oppose SQ 814
54 Jefferson Co. couple helps raise funds for ACS CAN's Lights of Hope
55 New Ways To Protect Yourself From Surprise Medical Bills
56 The American Cancer Society Asks For The Public's Support On #GivingTuesdayNow
57 ACS CAN Asks New Jersey's Leaders to Ensure That Marijuana Legalization Does Not Undermine New Jersey Smoke-Free Air Act
58 Blunt-Rochester recognized by American Cancer Society
59 Newsmaker: Quincy's Patti Morris works tirelessly for American Cancer Society
60 Group Urges Increased Precision Medicine Coverage in Cancer Care
61 My Dad's Scar, or Why You Should Support the Cancer Society
62 Salem volunteer turns experience with cancer into award-winning action
63 The Pandemic Is Delaying Cancer Screenings and Detection
64 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Managing Director, Dr. Shalini Vallabhan, joins Accreditation Council for Medical Affairs Scientific Advisory Board
65 I wish I had known sooner | Opinion
66 American Cancer Society research breakfast highlights Colorado innovations changing the face of cancer care
67 Dallas, Fort Worth Skylines to Glow Yellow for Cancer Awareness
68 American Cancer Society hosts Montana summit
69 Fight Colorectal Cancer Issues Four New State Grants to Support Colorectal Cancer Policy Change
70 Cancer Survivors Ask Lawmakers to Make Cancer Priority
71 The American Cancer Society of the Lower Hudson Valley to Host Virtual Pride Event on Saturday, June 20, 2020
72 Letters to the editor for Oct. 18, 2020
73 OR Anti-Smoking Advocates Tout Cigarette-Tax Ballot Measure
74 American Cancer Society Patient Survey Indicates Cancer Treatment Delays Due to COVID
75 Letter: Elected officials make important cancer decisions | Free
76 Monica Theis earns national advocacy award in fifth year of incurable diagnosis
77 Nearly 1 in 5 cancer patients less likely to enroll in clinical trials during pandemic
78 ACS CAN Applauds Cigarette Tax Increase and Maintained Funding for Cancer Programs in Gov. Murphy's Proposed Budget
79 SD American Cancer Society leaves office building, extends work from home for employees
80 'You have a voice, please use it': Portland cancer survivor shares her story with legislators
81 The data deficits of COVID-19 mirror those of cancer | TheHill
82 Local woman does her part to keep cancer at the forefront
83 Biomarker Underutilization Means Missed Opportunities in Cancer
84 Luminaria will illuminate Ocala neighborhood on Saturday
85 Local residents prepare for Lights of Hope Across America
86 Fighting to raise smoking age to cut lung cancer risks
87 American Cancer Society's Timothy Phillips Leads By Example | Corporate Counsel
88 American Cancer Society supports cancer patients during COVID-19
89 Did you cancel a cancer screening because of COVID-19?
90 Report: DC, Maryland make strides in cancer prevention policies
91 Survey Finds COVID-19 Is Impacting Cancer Treatment
92 Patients with Cancer Less Likely to Enroll in Clinical Trials Due to COVID-19
93 Patients may be less likely to enroll on cancer trials during COVID-19 pandemic
94 New insights into the control of inflammation
95 Virtual American Cancer Relay for Life Aug. 1 | Free
96 Pandemic makes expanding Medicaid even more vital for cancer patients | Opinion
97 Put Oregon's youth on a healthier path with Measure 108
98 Indiana lowers minimum colorectal cancer screening age
99 Salem's Bud Pierce cited for service to American Cancer Society
100 Measure 108 will raise cigarette tax and tax e-cigarettes, saving lives, protecting kids from lifetime addiction