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New Rules Mean Less Tobacco Death

Statement from Peter Slocum, Vice President for Advocacy, American Cancer Society of NY & NJ, regarding new rules requiring large, graphic warning labels on cigarette packs and ads.

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What Does The Affordable Care Act Mean For People With Cancer?

A new, consumer-friendly guide to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is now available from the American Cancer Society and its advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN).

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New American Cancer Society Report on Cancer in African Americans

While the overall death rate for cancer continues to drop among African Americans, the group continues to have higher death rates and shorter survival of any racial and ethnic group in the U.S. for most cancers.

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Facing Disparities

Today would have been Dr. Martin Luther King’s 82nd birthday. At this time of reflection on his great acts and works, the American Cancer Society - the official sponsor of more birthdays – is looking at how inequalities are leading to disparities in the fight against cancer.

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11 Tips to Start 2011 Smoke Free

Happy 2011! New Year's Day is traditionally the most popular day of the year for people to quit smoking. To help you keep your New Year's Resolution, the American Cancer Society is offering 11 helpful tips on how to break free from a tobacco addiction.

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Steepest Drop in Cancer Deaths Ever Reported

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American Cancer Society Receives Largest Ever Individual Gift

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