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Friday 1st November 2019

American Cancer Society Announces New Video Series Created to Deliver Clinical and Emotional Support to Cancer Caregivers

Partnering with Actress, Author and Entrepreneur NeNe Leakes to Share Caregiving Experience for National Family Caregivers Month

Nearly One in Four Oncologists Does Not Mention Cost when Discussing Genomic Testing

Authors say patients need complete information to make informed decisions about care

Lung Cancer: It’s Not Just Smoking

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Wednesday 30th October 2019

American Cancer Society, National Football League Moms Team Up in Cancer Fight

Professional Football Players Mothers Association Announces Collaboration with American Cancer Society to fund the fight against cancer

Tuesday 29th October 2019

Report Outlines Social Determinants’ Role in Cancer and Public Health

Latest in American Cancer Society’s Blueprint for Cancer Control series

Monday 28th October 2019

American Cancer Society Publishes New Quick & Healthy Cookbook with Recipes for Every Day

Cookbook contains 50 easy-to-prepare recipes for healthy living

Wednesday 16th October 2019

Report: Progress in Global Cancer Fight is not only Possible, but Achievable

Third Edition of Cancer Atlas highlights patterns and inequities in cancer burden around the world

Thursday 10th October 2019

Two New $1 Million Research Grants Focus on Metastasis of Melanoma

Second round of American Cancer Society/Melanoma Research Alliance partnership

Monday 7th October 2019

Two American Cancer Society Grantees Awarded Nobel Prize

Honor brings number of Society funded Nobel Laureates to 49

American Cancer Society Launches New Campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with Celebrity Influencers Encouraging Fans to Join Their Team and "Get #YOUnited" in the Fight Against Breast Cancer

Leading the Movement are Celebrity Ambassador Teams of DJ Khaled's "We The Best," French Montana & Nalie Agustin's "Team Unforgettable," Jhenè Aiko & Kerby Jean-Raymond's "Team Yagi-san," and Kristin Chenoweth's "For the Girls"

Thursday 3rd October 2019

Schnucks Decision to Stop Selling Tobacco

Statement from Gary Reedy, Chief Executive Officer

American Cancer Society's Denim Days, Presented by Buckle, Kicks Off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

American Cancer Society and Buckle Urge People Nationwide to Dress Casual and Donate to Fund Breast Cancer Research and Support Services

Tuesday 1st October 2019

American Cancer Society Awards New Research and Training Grants

Nation’s largest non-government, not-for-profit source of cancer research funding awards 75 grants totaling more than $38 million in second of two cycles for 2019

Monday 30th September 2019

Panel: No need to reduce red or processed meat consumption for health

On Monday, new recommendations from a panel of independent experts (NutriRECS https://nutrirecs.com/about/) say that most people can continue to consume red and processed meat at their average current consumption levels. We asked nutritional epidemiologist Marji McCullough, ScD RD, about the … Continue reading →

Thursday 26th September 2019

"Gamers Beat Cancer" Campaign Launched To Fight Cancer in Kids and Young Adults

American Cancer Society and GameChanger Charity Announce New Initiative

Tuesday 10th September 2019

American Cancer Society Relay For Life Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary

With more than 3,500 events worldwide the Relay For Life movement continues to be the largest peer-to-peer fundraising event to achieve a world without cancer

Wednesday 28th August 2019

Global Analysis Finds Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Now Rising in Many High-Income Countries

Steep inclines often in sharp contrast to rapid declines in older adults

Thursday 15th August 2019

American Cancer Society Names Dr. William Cance Chief Medical and Scientific Officer

New Position Will Lead Integration of ACS’ Research and Cancer Control Program to Aggressively Pursue 2035 Challenge Goal to Reduce Cancer Mortality by 40 Percent

Thursday 8th August 2019

Cancer Survivors in High Deductible Health Plans More Likely to Have Delayed Care

The American Cancer Society Reminds Parents that the HPV Vaccine Should be Part of the Back-to-School Routine

Wednesday 7th August 2019

Cancer in the Oldest Old: The Fastest Growing Age Group in the U.S.

New report finds high rates of screening; less surgical treatment; and poorer cancer survival

Tuesday 6th August 2019

American Cancer Society Honors Volunteers with the Distinguished St. George National Award

American Cancer Society Honors the Winners of the Volunteer Staff Partnership Award

Monday 5th August 2019

American Cancer Society and CVS Health Announce 2nd Annual Campaign to Fund Cancer Patient Services and Breakthrough Research

In-store fundraiser is part of CVS Health's three-year, $10 million commitment to helping attack cancer from every angle

Thursday 11th July 2019

Survey Finds Broad Support for Lowering Nicotine Levels in Cigarettes

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Office on Smoking and Health has released a report showing broad support among U.S. adults for lowering nicotine levels in cigarettes. Below is a comment from Cliff Douglas, JD, American Cancer Society vice president … Continue reading →


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