Television journalist and Less Cancer Board Member Miles O'Brien (pictured here for a Herring break) as been in the Netherlands training for the Less Cancer Challenge 300. The first annual Less Cancer Challenge 300 is a program of LessCancer.org that encourages individuals to get out and move during the month of July. For example, a commitment to walk
Martha Fruehauf Less Cancer advocate provided closing statements for the National Cancer Prevention Day. Martha Fruehauf who gave closing statements at the briefing for National Cancer Prevention Day is embarking on a 300-mile bicycle ride across the state of Michigan. Kicking-off the challenge, with Suzi Tobias also a Less Cancer advocate (Team Girls on
Suzi Tobias, Less Cancer Advocate – Speaks On Prevention Capitol Hill -National Cancer Prevention Day
Suzi Tobias (l) with her friends daughter Aileen Graef (r). Tobias spoke in the Capitol for prevention National Cancer Prevention Day and of the loss of her friend from cancer Aileen O'Brien. It’s an honor and a pleasure for me to speak to you today. Thank you for being here. Thank you
Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens Move Detroit for Less Cancer LET IT BE KNOWN, That it is a great honor to join with Mr. Bill Couzens, the Board of Directors and all others involved with and who contribute to the Less Cancer Campaign at the Move Detroit for Less Cancer benefit event.
Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health-Air Pollution Associated with Asthma Development Among Young Children
NEW YORK (August 20, 2012) Exposure to air pollution in the womb and continuing exposure during early childhood increase risk for development of non-atopic asthma, according to a study by researchers at Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health at the Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons. Pyrene -a
By Bill Couzens, Founder Less Cancer Tans are caused by harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun or tanning lamps, and if you’ve had one, you’ve sustained skin cell damage. The Skin Cancer Foundation tells us that a tan, whether you get it on the beach, in a bed, or through incidental exposure, is bad