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RSVP so we know that we can expect you, but please note that is the event doesn't have a formal ceremony and you can come and go as you please.

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Your story is what distinguishes you from a statistic or a policy. It's what puts a human face on a disease that impacts millions of Americans every year. Your lawmakers are overwhelmed with numbers and studies. What they need most are stories about people - real people in their own...

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Mammograms save lives. But, even today, too many women don't have access to lifesaving breast and cervical cancer screenings. We are working in Congress and in Minnesota to ensure funding for the federal cancer screening and early detection program that has already helped millions of women and saved thousands of...

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All Minnesotans are stakeholders in cancer research funding. Whether you or a loved one benefited from a clinical trial, are a researcher yourself, or have had innovative cancer screenings, whatever your story is, your story is important to us and we want to hear it. We'll use your stories to...

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Please answers the questions below about this year's Week of Action. We appreciate your feedback and what to know how we can improve future events! Thank you for helping make this year's event a success.

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The Minnesotans for a Smoke-free Generation Week of Action will be Monday, February 22nd to Friday, February 26th. Register below and choose what activities you would like to participate in over the course of the week. All activities will be virtual. Register today so you don't miss out! Have questions?...

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We'll use our individual stories to protect funding that ensures all Minnesota women have access to breast and cervical cancer screenings, regardless of income or insurance status.

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Sign the petition and show your support for programs that provide mammograms and cervical cancer screenings to uninsured, low-income Minnesota women.

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Tell us how cancer has impacted you or someone you love. And, together, we'll use these stories and our collective voice to end suffering and death from cancer.