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Congress should expand funding for a program that provides lifesaving mammograms and pap tests to thousands of American women each year. Ask Congress to prioritize funding for these lifesaving cancer screenings.

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Under Medicare, there should be no co-pay for a colonoscopy. But, if the doctor removes a polyp - which is the point of the colonoscopy - you can wake up to a $300 bill. Tell Congress to end the loophole that allows this surprise charge.

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Ask Congress to oppose efforts to weaken the FDA's oversight authority over all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, cigars and hookahs.

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Volunteering as a Legislative Ambassador in your community means becoming part of a passionate group of fun, energetic people who are ready to end suffering and death from cancer. Your involvement in community activities, lobby days and exciting programs will help bolster our state and federal legislative campaigns, convincing lawmakers...

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Being overweight or obese is the number one cancer risk for people who don't use tobacco.

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No one should have to choose between their health and their job. Show your support for giving all employees the right to work in a place where smoking isn't allowed.

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Share your One Degree — someone you know who's had cancer — and we'll assemble them all in a massive petition asking Congress to complete a $1 billion increase in cancer research funding.

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This lifesaving legislation will aid in the development of new treatments and improve the quality of life for kids not only while they receive cancer treatments, but throughout the rest of their lives.

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This legislation will train and better prepare more doctors, nurses and social workers to provide critical services to cancer patients and survivors.

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A 94-cent increase in the cigarette tax would prevent nearly 2.6 million children from becoming addicted smokers.