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.
The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) in Minnesota is excited to join Minnesotans for a Smoke-Free Generation for this coalition Day at the Capitol on February 27 in Saint Paul. Advocates will ask their lawmakers to raise Minnesota's tobacco sales age to 21 and help us create
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network volunteers fanned out in Woodbury on Monday, October 29, to share their nonpartisan voter guide with residents. The voter guide publishes the responses of both major party candidates for governor on important policy issues related to cancer treatment and prevention. Four volunteers handed out
Meet the ACS CAN Minnesota December member of the month, Bryan Rause. ryan is a cancer survivor, and is an ACS CAN member because he wants to be part of and support an organization that makes sure the voices of patients and survivors are heard in St. Paul and Washington,...