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Jamie-Lynn Sigler , known for her role as mob wife Meadow Soprano in the HBO series " The Sopranos ", teamed up with Holly Freeman of CJ Free jewelry to design a bracelet for the American Cancer Society.
Longtime American Cancer Society volunteer Debra J. Cohen was awarded the 2013 St. George Medal, the society's highest distinction for volunteer service, at its recent Lakeshore Division board of directors meeting in Chicago.
The Making Strides Breakfast was held this morning at The South in downtown Jackson.
The U.S. government's controversial plan to reduce silica exposure on the job has gained fresh support from a new cancer study that says the changes could save lives.
A young boy from Martinsburg was recently recognized for his participation in the fight against cancer, which grew out of a personal loss.
Mandeville Elementary School students recently participated in Relay Recess, an American Cancer Society program that helps bring Relay for Life to children.
A new review says palliative care's association with end of life has created an "identity problem" that means the majority of patients facing a serious illness do not benefit from treatment of the physical and psychological symptoms that occur throughout their disease.
More than 50 per cent of Chinese men smoke cigarettes, placing hundreds of millions at serious risk for heart disease , cancer , other lung diseases, and many more serious illnesses, according to the American Cancer Society and World Lung Foundation , co-publishers of The Tobacco Atlas - 4th Edition Representatives from China Centers for Disease ... (more)
Millions of American workers, including abrasive blasters and construction laborers, could benefit from a federal proposal to limit silica exposure on the job, concludes a new study published by the American Cancer Society.
Lack of government money is forcing talented scientists away from their work against cancer just as the obesity epidemic is counteracting medical gains against the disease, a national health official said Thursday in Sioux Falls.
Jimmy Backes and Charlie Swanson, both ACE teachers at Resurrection Catholic School, sponsored a "No-Shave November" fundraiser for The American Cancer Society.
A former American Cancer Society worker will spend the holidays in jail after pleading guilty in Pender County to embezzling nearly $70,000 from the society.