New LessCancer.org board member Margaret Cuomo, MD, blogged in the Huffington Post that while improvements have been made in the curricula of American medical schools over the past few decades, cancer prevention is one essential area that is still neglected. The emphasis is on treatment, rather than prevention. You can read more here by clicking
Join in on the Less Cancer Challenge 300- 300 of anything the month of July! Do it as an individual or as a team!Tobias and friends as they join in on the Less Cancer Challenge 300 the month of July any where and anytime. You can do on your own or get friends and
Bill Couzens, founder of LessCancer.org (Next Generation Choices Foundation), has announced that Margaret I. Cuomo, M.D. is a new board member. “We are thrilled and honored to have Dr. Cuomo on our board,” says Couzens. “Dr. Cuomo’s reputation as an advocate for the prevention of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes has earned her
LOVE CANON PLAYS FOR MOVE CHARLOTTESVILLE FOR LESS CANCER AT THE SOUTHERN -CHARLOTTESVILLE VIRGINIA May 4th Charlottesville Moves to raise funds and awareness for the Less Cancer Campaign! The evening begins with a Kentucky Derby Party and segues right into music and dancing with Love Canon! The event takes place at The Southern. 6pm Derby
May 4th Charlottesville Moves for Less Cancer at the Southern to the music of LOVE CANON. Charlottesville's popular shops, restaurants and ambience converge in one main area, known as the Downtown Pedestrian Mall. Located, as you would imagine, on Main Street, this thoroughfare also has an impressive collection of art galleries.
LOVE CANON PLAYING MAY 4th The Southern, Charlottesville, Virginia.What do you get when you cross conservatory-trained musicians with raucous bluegrass and the mega-hits of the 80s? LOVE CANON. Virginia bluegrass band playing bluegrass for Charlottesville Moves for Less Cancer. Join us to Move Charlottesville for Less Cancer. 6pm Derby and Refreshments 8pm Dancing to the
That could change at least for end of life conversations. This last Wednesday, Senator Warner spent the morning in Northern Virginia leading a roundtable conversation on end-of-life issues with about 50 hospital executives, nurses, religious leaders, advocates for patients and financial planners. The discussion, held in Loudoun County, focused on issues involved in supporting people
WASHINGTON March 28,2013 , U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced it will begin assessments on 23 commonly used chemicals, with a specific focus on flame retardant chemicals, in order to more fully understand any potential risks to people’s health and the environment. This effort is part of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Work Plan