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Gilles Marini back with new American Cancer Society initiative

Heartthrob actor Gilles Marini is back with his new initiative, which he has filmed for the American Cancer Association.

Science denying Republicans may feel EPA's wrath

A small, vocal group of Republicans has accused the EPA of using "secret science" to push through clean air regulations. In response, EPA chief Gina McCarthy says the agency will come out swinging.

Coping with cancer and treatment after a natural disaster

The American Cancer Society have posted instructions for cancer sufferers who have had to evacuate their homes or treatment centers after any natural disaster.

In 2012, 40,000 American women will die from breast cancer

Cancer starts from abnormal cells growing out of control and invading other tissues. Research shows that the chance that a woman will have invasive breast cancer is less than 1 in 8 and the chance of dying from breast cancer is about 1 in 36.

Shakti 2012 celebrates the power of Women Special

Milpitas - Team Shakti, comprising of eight immensely creative and highly motivated women, organized 'Shakti 2012' to celebrate womanhood and encourage hidden talents and strength among participants by providing them with opportunities and a suitable platform.

'I love boobies' bracelets banned at schools

Hoping to raise awareness about breast cancer, groups of students from around the country began wearing bracelets that say "I Love Boobies", similar to Lance Armstrong's Livestrong bracelets that benefit cancer research. Then the schools got involved.

Great American Smokeout is Today

Want to quit smoking? There's a moral support system available today, in the form of the American Cancer Society's (ACS) annual Great American Smokeout, held every year on the third Thursday of November.

American Cancer Society to Focus Ads on Health Insurance

"In a stark departure from past practice, the American Cancer Society plans to devote its entire $15 million advertising budget this year not to smoking cessation or colorectal screening but to the consequences of inadequate health coverage."

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