Finance Committee Vote Moves Process Forward Toward Enacting Health Reform; Affordability Concerns for Cancer Patients Prevail
New Law Allows College Students to Keep Their Health Coverage in the Event of Medical Leave
American Cancer Society Expert Testifies on Importance of Breast Cancer Awareness and Access to Cancer Care
Funding for NIH Cancer Research Program Positive Step Toward Winning Cancer Battle
Eleven Health & Consumer Groups Urge Federal Court to Reject Tobacco Companies' Lawsuit Against FDA Tobacco Regulation Law
New National Television Ad Highlights Need for Health Care Reform through Experience of Man Who Lost Wife to Cancer
Finance Committee Markup Must Focus on Adequacy, Affordability of Care for Families Affected by Cancer
Hundreds of Cancer Advocates to Urge Lawmakers to Put Patients Before Politics
Hundreds of Cancer Advocates to Urge Lawmakers to Put Patients Before Politics
Federal Ban on Candy- and Fruit-Flavored Cigarettes Goes Into Effect Tuesday
Presidential Address Underscores Necessity to Fix Broken Health Care System
Statement by John R. Seffrin, PhD, on the death of United States Senator Edward M. Kennedy
New FDA Tobacco Products Regulation Center to be Directed by Longtime Public Health Leader
Energy and Commerce Committee Vote A Critical Step Forward in Congressional Effort to Enact Meaningful Health Care Reform
New Report Spotlights How Some Families Affected By Cancer Are Faring in the Recession
Senator Christopher J. Dodd (D-CT) Announces Early Stage Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
Senate Committee Shows Commitment to Making Cancer Research and Screening Funding a Top Priority
House Passes Legislation to Increase Funding for Cancer Research
New Study Reveals Popular Federal Employee Health Plan a Good Starting Point to Determine Minimum Benefits Coverage
New Report Finds Nearly Half of States Falling Short on Policies to Prevent and Fight Cancer
Cancer Community Celebrates House Inclusion of Increased Funding for Cancer Research
Cancer Advocates From All 50 States Visit Capitol Hill to Urge Swift Action on Health Care Reform
HELP Committee Vote Represents Major Progress Toward Comprehensive Health Care Reform This Year
Nomination of Dr. Francis Collins as NIH Director Good for Cancer Research
Ads Highlighting Critical Need for Health Care Reform Dominate D.C. Metro Station
HELP Committee Markup Highlights Critical Need for Renewed Emphasis on Prevention in Health Care System
Senate HELP Committee Adopts National Pain Care Policy Act as Part of Comprehensive Health Care Reform Legislation
President to Sign Historic Legislation Putting Children and Public Health Before Big Tobacco
HELP Committee Markup A Critical Step Toward Comprehensive Health Care Reform This Year
Quality Health Care Must Ensure Quality of Life for Patients with Chronic Disease
U.S. Senate Passes Historic Legislation to End Big Tobacco's Unfettered Access to America's Youth
HELP Committee Legislation Marks Critical Step in Support of Comprehensive Health Care Reform This Year
U.S. Senate Could Help to Save Lives with Passage of Legislation to Regulate Tobacco Products
Advertising Campaign Calls on Senate to Pass FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products
Florida's $1 Cigarette Tax Increase a Big Win for Public Health
U.S. Senate Committee Passes Critical Tobacco Legislation
Broken Health Care System Fosters Treatment Delays and Strained Finances for Many Cancer Patients, According to New Poll
Sen. Kennedy Introduces Critical Legislation to Protect Children from Big Tobacco
Advertising Campaign Highlights the Critical Need for Comprehensive Health Care Reform Now
Budget Resolution Encourages Health Care Reform and Increases Funding for Research and Prevention
Economic Downturn Impacts Access to Cancer Prevention and Treatment, According to New Poll
New Report: Raising Cigarette Taxes Across the South Offers Relief for Regional Budget and Health Problems
Advertising Campaign Urges Quick Senate Passage of FDA Regulation of Tobacco Products
Rhode Island Becomes First State With Tobacco Tax to Exceed $3.00
Budget Resolutions Present Opportunities for Health Care Reform This Year
U.S. House Votes to Protect Children from Big Tobacco
Critical Legislation to Regulate Tobacco Products Would Protect Children and Save Lives
House Recognizes Importance of Colorectal Cancer Screenings, Education and Outreach
A Dialogue on U.S. Health Reform
Congressional Committees Help Move Health Care Reform Forward
LEADERS OF MAJOR NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS COLLABORATE ON APPROACHES TO HEALTH REFORM
Comprehensive Cancer Bill Would Renew National Commitment to Defeating Cancer
Senators Introduce National Pain Care Bill That Could Help Millions of Americans Cope with Chronic Pain
Committee Sends Bill Granting FDA Broad Authority to Regulate Tobacco Products to Full House
Congress Sends President an FY09 Appropriations Bill Including Funding for Sustained Cancer Research and Prevention
New Data Reveals That Gaps in Coverage For Those with Private Insurance Are Major Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening
Congress Can Deliver Historic Victory for Children and America's Health By Granting FDA Authority Over Tobacco Products
Bill Would Increase Access to Colon Cancer Screenings and Treatments for the Medically Underserved
Administration Budget Proposal Would Renew the War on Cancer and Make Down Payment on Health Care Reform
Cancer Community Applauds President's Resolve to Make Health Care Reform and Cancer a Top National Priority
Cancer Advocates Call on President Obama to Continue to Make Public Health a Top National Priority
Cancer Advocates Press Lawmakers for Action on Key Public Health Measures
Administration to Show Continued Commitment to Public Health with Stimulus Bill Signing
Stimulus Bill A Good Down Payment on Important Public Health Priorities
Senate Stimulus Bill Mixed Bag For Cancer Patients
New Report Highlights Health Care System's Financial Squeeze on Cancer Patients
New Administration and Congress Make Public Health an Early Priority
Harkin-Specter Amendment to Stimulus Bill Significantly Boosts Funding for Cancer Research
Senate Votes to Save Children's Lives by Raising the Federal Tobacco Tax, Expand Access to Health Care
Cancer Patients Urge House Passage of Stimulus Package
House Committees Pass Stimulus Package With Focus on Access to Health Care, Wellness and Cancer Research
Proposed House Stimulus Package Good for the Economy, Good for Nation's Health
House Votes to Expand Access to Health Care, Save Lives by Raising the Federal Tobacco Tax
SCHIP Expansion With Tobacco Tax Increase Would Improve Access to Health Care, Reduce Smoking Rates
Six Diverse Groups Unite in Nationwide Call for Health Care Reform as Key to Economic Reform
U.S. Supreme Court Allows Consumers to Continue to Hold Big Tobacco Accountable for Fraudulent Labeling of Cigarettes
Cancer Community Applauds Federal Trade Commission Decision That Keeps Big Tobacco Accountable to Consumers
Daschle Nomination Furthers Momentum to Fix Broken Health Care System
Key Lawmakers Show Commitment to Making Health Care Reform a Top Congressional Priority
Government Lawsuit Against Big Tobacco Should Include Broadest Possible Remedies
Voter Guides Compare Candidate Views on Cancer Issues
President Signs Bill to Allow College Students to Keep Their Health Coverage in the Event of Medical Leave
U.S. Supreme Court Should Expose Big Tobacco's Fraudulent Labeling of Cigarettes
National Pain Care Legislation Clears Another Key Hurdle
Senate Approves Bill That Would Allow College Students to Keep Their Health Coverage in the Event of Medical Leave
Hundreds of Cancer Advocates Converge on Capitol Hill to Urge Lawmakers to Make Cancer a National Priority
UPDATE: National Pain Care Legislation Clears Key Hurdle
Harry and Louise Return to Promote Health Care Reform in New Ad Campaign
House Passage of Bill Would Bring College Students Closer to Continued Health Coverage in the Event of Medical Leave
Cancer Community Calls for Passage of Historic Legislation to Give FDA Authority to Regulate Tobacco Products
House Votes to Give FDA Authority to Regulate Tobacco Products
New Report Finds More Than a Third of States Falling Short on Policies to Fight Cancer
Supplemental Funding Request for Cancer Research Critical to Put Progress Back on Track
States Improve Pain Policies, but Barriers Remain to Effective Pain Management for Cancer and other Chronic Diseases
House Veto Override of Medicare Bill Veto Puts Seniors First
College Students One Step Closer to Continued Coverage in the Event of Medical Leave
Federal Trade Commission Proposal Would Reinforce That Big Tobacco Can be Held Accountable for Misleading Consumers
Senate Passes Medicare Legislation Critical to Improving Access to Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Services for Seniors
Massachusetts Lawmakers Approve $1.00 Cigarette Tax Increase
Congressional Support for Increased Cancer Research and Screening Funding Key to Putting Progress Back on Track
Cancer Community Celebrates House Passage of Supplemental Funding for Cancer Research
Senate Support for Supplemental Funding for Cancer Research A Victory for Cancer Community
American Cancer Society Applauds D.C. Council's Vote
Additional Funding for Cancer Research Critical for Continued Progress in Fight Against Disease
Senate HELP Committee Hearing on Cancer Challenges and Opportunities Positive Indication of Newfound Government Commitment
National Bus Tour Kicks off in Cleveland Urging Americans to Join the Fight to Defeat Cancer
Voters Strongly Support Increasing Federal Funding For Cancer After Years of Freezes and Cuts, According to New Poll
American Cancer Society Expert Tells House Subcommittee Inadequate Insurance Is a Barrier to Fighting Cancer
Iowa Becomes 29th State to Go Smoke-Free
House Energy and Commerce Committee Sides with Public Health, Approves Bill to Regulate Tobacco Products
Historic Budget Legislation A Blueprint For Reversing Dangerous Cuts To Critical Cancer Research
House Health Subcommittee Sides with Public Health, Approves Bill to Regulate Tobacco Products
Tobacco Companies' Outrageous Ads Continue Luring Youth
Nebraska Governor Signs Comprehensive Smoke-Free Law
New Generation of Tobacco Products Threatens Efforts to Reduce Tobacco Use, Save Lives in U.S., Report Warns
Sheraton Hotels Protect Workers and Guests in Decision to Go Smoke-Free Decision Furthers National Trend
President's Budget Proposal Shortchanges Cancer Research and Prevention Programs, Threatening Future Progress
American Cancer Society Expert and Volunteer Testify On Increased Need for Funding for Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detec...
Cancer Advocates Unite to Watch State of the Union Address
House Narrowly Upholds President's Second Veto of Children's Health Bill and Tobacco Tax Increase
Fifth Consecutive Flat Funding Proposal for Cancer Research Continues Dangerous Precedent
Bush's Expected Second Veto of Children's Health Bill, a Defeat for Kids, Public Health
Bush's Expected Second Veto of Children's Health Bill, a Defeat for Kids, Public Health
Failure to Override President's Veto Could Jeopardize Progress in the Fight Against Cancer
Great American Smokeout® Underscores Need to Continue Fight Against Tobacco
President Vetoes Labor, Health And Human Services, And Education Appropriations Bill
Support For Increased Funding For Cancer Research Strong, With Bill Passage in Both the Senate And House of Representatives
Decline in Adult Smoking Rates Stalls for Second Year
Voters Considering Two Lifesaving Ballot Initiatives Today
Senate Again Votes Overwhelmingly To Expand SCHIP, Increase the Federal Tobacco Tax
Proposed Funding Level for National Institutes of Health A Victory for Cancer Research
House Votes Overwhelmingly To Expand SCHIP, Increase the Federal Tobacco Tax
House Narrowly Upholds President's Veto of Children's Health Bill and Tobacco Tax Increase
Bush Veto of Children's Health Bill a Defeat for Kids, Public Health
Testimony Supports Granting FDA Broad Authority to Regulate Tobacco Products as a Way to Save Lives
Minnesota Is 25th State to Go Smoke-free
Promised Funding for Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program Critical to Increased Access
Senate Overwhelmingly Votes to Expand SCHIP With an Increase in the Federal Tobacco Tax
House Puts Childrens' Health First; Votes to Expand SCHIP With an Increase in the Federal Tobacco Tax
Hundreds of Cancer Advocates to Urge Lawmakers to Step Up Fight Against Cancer
House and Senate Leaders Agree on Bill to Raise Tobacco Taxes and Expand Health Care Coverage for Children
PRESIDENTIAL CANCER FORUMS EMPHASIZE NEED FOR PRESIDENTIAL COMMITMENT TO CANCER FIGHT
President's Cancer Panel Calls for Strong Tobacco Control Measures to Reduce Cancer Risk
Ads Call on Congress to Put Children Before Big Tobacco and Support Cancer Research
New Report Finds More Than a Quarter of States Falling Short on Cancer Policies
Senate Votes to Raise Tobacco Taxes, Increase Health Care Coverage for Children
House Votes to Raise Tobacco Taxes, Increase Health Care Coverage for Children
Senate Committee Votes to Give FDA Authority to Regulate Tobacco Products
American Cancer Society Enhances Washington Office
Cancer Advocates Rally to Increase Federal Cigarette Tax
Senate Finance Committee Approves Cigarette Tax Increase
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Advocates For 61-Cent Federal Cigarette Tax Increase
National Pain Care Legislation Would Increase Research, Education and Awareness of Pain Management Issues
Tobacco Tax Increase Would Reduce Smoking Rates, Protect Public Health
Blessed Survivor
THE KILLING FIELDS
My Dad
Smoking Killed My Loved Ones
A little second hand smoke won't hurt you.
Loss of a dad
The Music Ended Too Soon
We're All Responsible
Family values
I Don't Want My Daughter To Have Cancer Again
Cancer From Second hand Smoke
Smoking Kills
Smoke-Free Progress Accelerating in 2007
American Cancer Society Issues Principles for Quality Health Insurance
Advocates Tell Candidates to Provide Quality Health Care Coverage Now
A New Adventure
Family History of Lung Cancer
Sister's Lung cancer battle
Secondhand Smoke Is No Joke!
Fact: LUNG CANCER KILLS
Bev's Big Tobacco Story
Life Is Short Sometimes
My Mother, My Best Friend, My Reason
Just Don't Start!
What Do I Tell My Grandchildren?
S.W.A.T. Gaither HS
Underage tobacco sales
Tobacco Takes Lives
Teaching Children That Human Life is more important than $
Free at Last
Big Tobacco killed my Beautiful Mama
Why I hate smoking
Smoking caused throat cancer
When children ask, why?
No more family to lose
Make a more pleasant world for everyone
just say no
The Dreadful Addiction
Death or Profits...how do you balance?
Both of my Parents Were Smokers
I have seen the horror!!!
Tobacco killed my grandpa
How Big Tobacco Took My Hero
Marlene's Story
Second hand smoke
Please Stop Marketing to Kids
Up In Smoke
Loosing a mom at 16
Joe Brock
In memory of my mother-in-law
My Brother Died Too Young
Tobacco Companies Continue to Spend Billions Addicting Americans to Their Deadly Products
President Bush Signs Bill to Provide Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings to Underserved Women
Why I care
Maryland Legislature Passes Strong Smoke-free Law
House Passes Legislation to Reauthorize National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
Senators Add $2.2 Billion to Budget for Health Research and Programs
Statement of Daniel E. Smith, President, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
American Cancer Society Expert Testifies On Effects of Tobacco Industry Marketing on Disparate Populations
Senate Votes To Boost Funding for Health Care Programs
Today, We Start the Campaign to Stop Big Tobacco