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Texas is the second-largest funder of cancer research in the nation, thanks to the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. Without action from Texas state lawmakers, however, funding for this program is at risk.

Latest Updates

October 23, 2018
Texas

HOUSTON – Oct. 23, 2018 – With an estimated 121,860 Texans receiving a cancer diagnosis this year, it has never been more important to discuss what can be done to prevent suffering and death from cancer. The inaugural American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network of Texas Research Breakfast will bring

August 23, 2018
Texas

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – With an estimated 121,860 Texans receiving a cancer diagnosis this year, it has never more important to discuss what can be done to prevent suffering and death from cancer. The fifth annual American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network of Texas’ policy forum series will bring together

August 16, 2018
Texas

FORT WORTH, Texas – With an estimated 121,860 Texans receiving a cancer diagnosis this year, it has never been more important to discuss what can be done to prevent suffering and death from cancer. The fifth annual American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network of Texas policy forum series will bring

August 14, 2018
Texas

AUSTIN, Texas – With an estimated 121,860 Texans receiving a cancer diagnosis this year, it has never been more important to discuss what can be done to prevent suffering and death from cancer. The fifth annual American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network of Texas policy forum series will bring together

State Contacts

Cam Scott
Senior Director, Government Relations
Charlie Gagen
Texas Grassroots Director
Adrienne Lynch
Senior Regional Media Advocacy Manager

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