ACS CAN Minnesota works to encourage our local, state, and federal elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top priority. Join us today to make sure your voice, and the voices of other Minnesota cancer patients and survivors are heard!
Tobacco is still the number one cause of preventable death in Minnesota, and for the first time in 17 years, youth tobacco use is on the rise. Let the candidates know you want them to prioritize protecting the health of our kids.
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) released a voter guide that details where the two major candidates running to be Minnesota’s next governor stand on three important policy issues that affect cancer prevention and treatment.
It’s a hard time to relax in front of the TV. There are so many political ads for the upcoming election. But just because you want to turn the set off doesn’t mean you can’t be involved. I volunteer for a non-partisan advocacy organization, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action
Help us spread the word, literally. We’ll be distributing Cancer Votes voter guides in Plymouth. We will meet for a short training at the Plymouth Public Library, and fortify ourselves with fall-themed treats, before we head out into the community, two-by-two, to leave voter guides at residences. ACS CAN’s voter...
If you had the undivided attention of your next governor, what would you ask them to do to help stop cancer? Join us on Thursday, October 25 at the Lone Oak Grill in Eagan from 5:30-7:30pm for our Cancer Votes Eat & Greet event. We've invited...
Meet the ACS CAN Minnesota October member of the month, Jay Whiting. Jay believes advocacy is an important way to secure cancer research funding to find better treatments and cures, and joined ACS CAN as a member to support that work.