ACS CAN will continue to celebrate, support and engage with the Hispanic/Latino community in our fight against cancer and work to reduce the burden of cancer across the nation.
Last month marked a significant step forward in our commitment to make federal funding for cancer research a national priority.
We have the opportunity to end deaths from cervical cancer. Through increasing access to preventive vaccinations and supporting diagnostic screening and testing which improve opportunities for the early detection and treatment of the disease, we can eliminate a cancer.
I was honored this week to stand with so many cancer advocates, patients and survivors at the 8th annual Lights of Hope Ceremony on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.