Let's Fight Cancer With a Focus on Prevention Rep. Steve Israel | Posted 02.07.2014 | Impact Read More: Cancer Prevention, Less Cancer Next Generation, National Cancer Prevention Day, World Cancer Day,Cancer, House Cancer Caucus, Impact News I am dedicated to doing everything in my power to combat this horrific disease -- not just as a Member of Congress, but also as someone who
February 4th is National Cancer Prevention Day. We chat with Bill Couzens, founder of Lesscancer.org, and Dr. Margaret Cuomo, one of Less Cancer's board members, to find out how people can reduce their health risks. Originally aired on February 3, 2014 Hosted by: Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani
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
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
Mississippi’s so-called anti-Bloomberg bill forbidding municipal leaders from regulating food and drink in local restaurants and eateries has been signed into law by the governor of the fattest state in the nation. Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed the bill on Monday. His signature was widely expected after the bill was overwhelmingly approved by state lawmakers.
Since the inception of Less Cancer we, as an organization, have always believed that if we educate the consumer the markets will shift. And they have. Through Less Cancer social networks, we have been effective in reaching communities around the globe regarding better choices. We have worked tirelessly to help educate and inform lawmakers and
Congressman Steve Israel, Sponsor of the Resolution for National Cancer Prevention Day 2-4--13 The Resolution introduced by Representative Steve Israel, Co-Chair of the House Cancer Caucus. 111th Congress, Israel launched an initiative to require full ingredient labeling on household cleaning projects; authored a bill that would take arsenic, a known carcinogen, out of
Less Cancer Founder Bill Couzens Speaks at US Capitol Building Today is a briefing for the resolution for Cancer Prevention Day February 4, 2013 in the US Capitol Building. Bill Couzens, Founder of Less Cancer spoke. In addition to thanking Congressman Israel also thanked law makers in individual state that were also recognizing