Fight Back Podcast on the 2011 New York State Budget
Russ Sciandra talks Cancer Services Program & Tobacco Prevention
The latest American Cancer Society Fight Back Podcast is now up. Today's edition features New York State director of advocacy Russ Sciandra talking about Governor's Cuomo's budget and how it will effect programs that fight cancer like the Cancer Services Program and the Tobacco Control Program.
Keep up with the latest on the Cancer Services Program and the Tobacco Control program at the Cancer Action Network's New York State website.
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