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Add your voice to protect Hoosier kids from a lifetime of tobacco addiction! Raising the minimum age of sale for all tobacco products to age 21 for all young Hoosiers is a significant piece of a broad tobacco prevention strategy that will keep tobacco products out of our kids hands...

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Another year, another chance to fight back against cancer by speaking directly with your lawmakers. Join volunteers from across Indiana to fight back through advocacy at our 2020 Indiana Cancer Advocacy Day on January 29th. We’ll be talking to our Senators and Representatives about the need to lower the covered...

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Currently, Indiana requires insurance companies to cover the cost of preventative colorectal cancer screenings starting at age 50, but in recent years there has been a nearly 51% increase in colorectal cancer diagnoses among people younger than 50. That’s why the American Cancer Society now recommends that individuals of...

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Share your story, or the story of someone you know, who has been impacted by colorectal cancer

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A strong majority of Hoosiers support increasing the tax on packs of cigarettes by $2. Let your lawmakers know that we need this tax to prevent kids from buying their first pack and help adults quit. They need to hear from you!

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Sign our petition to urge Indiana legislators to continue to fund the Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP).

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It's time for Indiana lawmakers to raise the price of tobacco in order to save thousands of lives, prevent kids from ever picking up a cigarette and to save millions of healthcare dollars.

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Sign our petition to let Indiana lawmakers know we need to provide funding for colorectal cancer screenings that can catch cancer early and save lives.

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Tell Indiana lawmakers it is time to reduce the tobacco burden on Hoosiers' health, finances and future.

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Indoor tanning, like tobacco, causes cancer. Indiana doesn't allow kids younger than 18 buy cigarettes and we think it's time for the Hoosier state to protect teens under 18 from indoor tanning, too. Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States, and rates have been rising...