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American Cancer Society and Vikings Award $100,000 Grant to Help Reduce Breast Cancer Disparities

Grant will address disparities in breast cancer mortality in diverse communities, by providing access to breast cancer screening and treatment Eagan, Minn. (July 12, 2018) – The American Cancer Societ... read more

ACS and NFL award $3.2 million in new grants to help reduce breast cancer disparities

The American Cancer Society (ACS) and National Football League (NFL) have awarded $3.2 million in grant funding to 32 health systems to address disparities in breast ... to reduce disparities in cance... read more

American Cancer Society and National Football League Award $3.2 Million in New Grants to Help Reduce Breast Cancer Disparities

ATLANTA, July 12, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Cancer Society (ACS) and National Football League (NFL) have awarded $3.2 million in grant ... football-league-award-3-2-million-in-new-g... read more

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PhD student Bail receives coveted ACS award

For the second straight year, a University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing pre-doctoral student has received a prestigious American Cancer Society (ACS ... in cancer nursing award win... read more


'We Veeps stick together': Joe Biden tweets encouraging message of support to Julia Louis-Dreyfus after she reveals she has breast cancer

The charity aims to 'accelerate progress in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, research, and care, and to reduce disparities in cancer ... Around one in eight American women will develop breast ... read more

Issue debated, no decision made by township supervisors

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State commission likely losing ability to reject local safety ordinances without justification

INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosier lawmakers have agreed to rein in a state commission that repeatedly has frustrated Northwest Indiana fire chiefs and elected officials by temporarily preventing local carbon mon... read more

Looking down on the snow of Kilimanjaro

In May, 2012, when the International Space Station was passing over Africa at 8 kilometers per second, astronaut André Kuipers took this stunning picture of Mount Kilimanjaro: [Click to hephaestenate. ... read more

PhD student receives prestigious American Cancer Society scholarship

The award provides Timiya Nolan ... project involves addressing racial disparities in young breast cancer survivorship by adapting an already tested intervention for age and cultural relevance among A... read more

This isn't a lifestyle, it's a way of life

When Abbott speaks of "the kind of full participation in Australian society that everyone should have", he's speaking at the way-of-life level. Moreover, ways of life are not exactly chosen; rather, t... read more

Mackenzie Ankrom

On Sunday, September 18, 2011, one of God's little angels went home, Mackenzie Ankrom, stillborn, of Clinton, Pennsylvania. Mackenzie was the daughter of Eric Ankrom and Jerrica Johnson of Clinton. Sh... read more

Socialists not fans of private space

If you want to book your seat you need to put down a deposit of £100,000, which is a fraction of the final cost. The damage to the environment will be considerable. But it might all be worth it – prov... read more



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