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Rural cancer patients in the Mountain West are the focus of a grant to Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute to expand patient navigation.
The JUUL e-cigarette settlement reveals nefarious marketing practices to lure and addict underage tobacco users, writes ASC CAN.
The American Cancer Society awards the funding to 14 health systems to enhance oncology patient navigation.
Top cancer organizations urge states to ensure that people with cancer have access to care.
These websites provide expert guidance so that you can improve your fitness appropriately and safely.
Nearly 123,000 cancer deaths, or close to 30% of all U.S. cancer deaths, were due to cigarette smoking in 2019.
Smoking is responsible for 11,000 deaths in Missouri each year. New funding will prevent kids from starting and help current smokers quit.
Study findings also show that excess body fat and a family history of any cancer may help determine the need for cancer screening.
These findings are disappointing as there are more than 25 million individuals with limited English proficiency living in the U.S.
ACS CAN is pleased to see the White House provide anti-discrimination protections as part of the Affordable Care Act.
“We urge the Senate and House to consider the nation’s…research and prevention needs and allocate maximum medical research funding.”
Over 80% of surveyed cancer patients say copay assistance programs helped them afford medications. But there’s a downside too.
A new report stresses the need for better access to health insurance coverage to improve cancer care and outcomes.
Voters across the political spectrum want lawmakers to close the Medicaid coverage gap and extend tax credits for buying insurance.
Top findings from a survey that explores cancer patients’ and survivors’ experiences with medical debt linked to the cost of cancer care
A new survey finds that remote technologies to reduce travel and in-person appointments appeal to cancer patients.
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