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ACS Programs to Help You Stay Well
The American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Update is an electronic newsletter featuring new research and treatment breakthroughs, prevention and early detection tips and guidelines, and an inspirational story of a breast cancer survivor, caregiver, or volunteer.
The American Cancer Society’s Community Health Initiatives are community based interventions implemented in collaboration with community partners who ensure access to culturally appropriate outreach and education, screening resources, and follow-up care.
The American Cancer Society Circle Of Life program provides a holistic, culturally sensitive and interactive means for native and tribal communities, families, and individuals to learn about cancer. Topics include reducing cancer risk through healthy lifestyle choices, how different cancers are diagnosed and treated, coping with the emotional and physical side effects of cancer, caregiving, and coping with the end of life.
The American Cancer Society engages in a number of activities to encourage people to take the steps that can help lower their risk of developing skin cancer. Learn more about initiatives including Slip, Slop, Slap and Wrap, Don't Fry Day, and our research here.
Active for Life is a 10-week American Cancer Society program that uses individual and group strategies to help employees become more physically active.
Meeting Well is a planning tool offered by the American Cancer Society to help companies organize meetings and events with good health in mind.
Generation Fit is an American Cancer Society program that encourages students ages 11 to 18 take part in community service projects that promote more physical activity and healthier eating among their friends and families, and in their schools and communities.
The quality of a school health program can have a major impact on students’ academic achievement as well as their health and well-being.