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May 10, 2019
Texas

The vote reaffirms the importance of the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.

April 16, 2019
Texas

AUSTIN, Texas – The House of Representatives today voted to extend the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas’ impact by passing two bills related to the agency’s continuation and funding. House Joint Resolution 12, which passed by a vote of 130-15, authorizes another $3 billion in General Obligation Bonds

February 26, 2019
Texas

More than 150 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) advocates rallied near the steps of the Texas State House to show their support for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), a program that is fostering breakthroughs in cancer research and prevention.

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 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

August 9, 2018
Texas

AUSTIN, Texas – The Lone Star State has fallen behind its neighbor to the north when it comes to implementing policies and passing legislation to prevent and reduce suffering and death from cancer, especially when it comes to decreasing deadly tobacco use. According to the latest edition of “How

July 16, 2018
Texas

We are disappointed the Round Rock City Council voted last Thursday to preserve a smoking exemption for certain businesses, continuing to expose workers and patrons to deadly secondhand smoke.

July 12, 2018
Texas

HURST, Texas – State Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) on Thursday received the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s Advocacy in Action Award in recognition of his leadership to ensure Texans facing cancer do not also face health risks associated with step therapy, also known as “fail first”