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On May 11th we will bring together cancer survivors, caregivers, and advocates from across the state to speak with their lawmakers about issues important to cancer patients and their families. Share your cancer story and urge lawmakers to support legislation that will save lives by completing your registration today! Previous...

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Time is precious when you’re fighting cancer, and the time it takes to go to the pharmacy can be a real struggle when not feeling well. Wouldn’t it be easier for cancer patients to pick up ALL of their prescriptions on a set day each month rather than making multiple...

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Big Tobacco is hooking our kids with flavors like vanilla, cherry and even unicorn poop. The numbers don't lie. More than 80 percent of kids who have used tobacco started with a flavored product. It's time to stop Big Tobacco from hooking our kids with flavors.

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Big Tobacco is hooking kids with flavors like cherry, vanilla and even unicorn poop. The numbers don't lie. More than 80 percent of kids who have used tobacco started with a flavored product. It's time to stop Big Tobacco from hooking our kids with flavors.

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Time is precious when you’re fighting cancer, and the time it takes to go to the pharmacy can be a real struggle when not feeling well. The reality for cancer patients is numerous medications are often needed for treatment and side effects...and that can mean multiple trips to the pharmacy...

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Under New York law, cancer patients can’t make any changes to their health insurance plans during the plan year…but did you know insurance companies can increase the cost of prescription drugs or even choose to stop covering them altogether in the middle of the plan year? Fortunately, state lawmakers passed...

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We have exciting news. Governor Cuomo just signed Tobacco 21 into law! This is a huge deal: raising the sale age for tobacco products from 18 to 21 will help protect New York’s children for generations to come. We couldn’t have done this without your continued support and advocacy. Now...

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Join ACS CAN in NYC on May 29th for a Lights of Hope display.

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Thank you for sharing your cancer story. These stories allow us to show how real people are impacted not only by their cancer diagnosis but by the choices that lawmakers make every day. By sharing your story, you empower others and create change.

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While significant improvements have been achieved since the City Council first approved a Physical Education Reporting Law in 2015, more work remains. This begins with strengthening Local Law 102. By improving Local Law 102 to make the data more comprehensive and accessible, families and advocates can better understand which schools...