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As founder of Less Cancer and initiator of National Cancer Prevention Day, the Congressional Caucus on Cancer Prevention and The National Cancer Prevention Workshop this past February 7, 2018, we provided critical solutions in cancer prevention. We harness the brightest minds to connect the dots on evidence-based science, which leads to education and hopefully improved policy.
Over 50 % of cancers are preventable, with the guidance of experts and evidence-based science Less Cancer addresses those cancers through education, continuing medical education and policies.
Experts review our content, and the workshop provides continuing medical education credits to physicians, nurses and public health professionals.
The leadership for the Caucus in the House is refreshingly bipartisan with a focus on collaboration and evidence-based science.
Each year we host these events I am awakened to the pioneering spirit that encourages us as Americans to dare to reach higher. I am moved by the those that travel distances from across the country to participate. This year we will be streamed live to our Facebook community of 55,000 in over 40 countries.
The workshop is carried on the University of Virginia’s School of Medicine’s Continuing Education site and will be available year-round for physicians, nurses and public health professionals.
You can reach out to Bill Couzens by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org