New Hampshire Cancer Action Center


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At ACS  CAN we work to close the cancer disparities gap by supporting policies that help eliminate disparities in cancer research, prevention, screening, treatment and mortality.

Latest Updates

December 20, 2021
New Hampshire

Concord, NH – In the coming weeks, the New Hampshire Legislature will convene for the 2022 session and consider legislation that would undermine vaccine requirements. The below statement is on behalf of Mike Rollo, New Hampshire director of Government Relations for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS

May 19, 2021
New Hampshire

CONCORD – Today, New Hampshire’s Senate Finance Committee voted on key public health budget measures relating to tobacco control. A broad coalition of public health groups issued a letter calling on lawmakers to support lifesaving tobacco related public health measures being considered in the state budget. The following statement can

January 5, 2021
New Hampshire

CONCORD, NH – As lawmakers dive into the new year, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) looks ahead to what public health initiatives our lawmakers can accomplish in the 2021 legislative session particularly in light of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Mike Rollo,

March 19, 2020
New Hampshire

CONCORD - Five years ago this February, Merrimack’s Tracy McGraw underwent her second surgery to treat her Stage 3C colon cancer. Originally diagnosed in 2012 at only 46 years old, she knows that detection, surgery and additional treatment, saved her life. Since her initial diagnosis, relapse, and long course of

State Contacts

Mike Rollo
Government Relations Director
Emily Johnson
Grassroots Manager
Amber Herting
Associate Director, Media Advocacy

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