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Thank you for taking the time to share this important information with us. The information you provide here will help us ensure our volunteer teams are representative of the communities they serve and that the voices of cancer patients from all walks of life are being heard by our elected...

Rhode Island

Colorectal cancer is the third-leading cause of cancer death among men and women. For every dollar spent on screenings, we save three dollars in treatment costs. Nearly all colorectal cancers are preventable and regular screening is the most effective way of detecting early colorectal cancer.

Rhode Island

With grassroots power we can generate big change! Here in Rhode Island we are building our team of fantastic volunteers to generate that power. Want to be a part of making cancer a priority for lawmakers? Fill out the survey below to let us know you're interested!

Rhode Island

Our state has reduced funding for critical resources Rhode Islanders need to live tobacco free lives every year since 2001.

Rhode Island

When: December 13th, 2018 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Where: American Cancer Society Office 931 Jefferson Blvd, Suite 3004 Warwick, RI 02886 Why: mingle with legislators & other ACS CAN volunteers and hear about how you can get involved in our Rhode Island advocacy activities in the upcoming year. Make your...

Rhode Island

The tobacco industry spends $26.7 million each year, about $25 per Rhode Island resident every year to market their deadly products in our state. And yet, Rhode Island spends less than 35 cents per resident, less than the cost of a postage stamp, to help tobacco users quit and prevent kids from starting.

Rhode Island

Are you an experienced leader? Are you interested in making an impact while having a great time with enthusiastic people?

Rhode Island

Your lawmakers are overwhelmed with numbers and studies. What they need most are stories about people - real people in their own community or district.

Rhode Island

Do you have a personal story about how tobacco has impacted you or someone you love? Your lawmakers are overwhelmed with numbers and studies. What they need most are stories about people - real people in their own community or district. Tell us how tobacco has impacted your life. And,...