November 8, 2019
We’ve changed our name!
The “ICYMI” newsletter is now “The Weekly”
FRIDAY, Nov. 1, 2019 (U.S. News & World Report)—While 6 in 10 Americans say they’re concerned about developing cancer, only 1 in 4 make cancer prevention part of their daily lives, a new online survey reveals.
Roughly a quarter think there’s nothing they can do to prevent it. But the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) says as many of half of cancer cases are preventable.
China Effectively Bans Online Sales of E-Cigarettes
Nov. 1, The New York Times
Lung Cancer Rates Among Women Are Falling Much Slower Than Those in Men. Here’s Why
Nov. 7, Time magazine
She live-streamed her mammogram to raise awareness. Then she got the diagnosis.
Nov. 2, The Washington Post
SUNDAY, Nov. 3, 2019 (WTAP)—Memorial Health System along with the Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program hosts its cancer prevention, early detection, and wellness day to educate people in the community and make them aware of the resources available.
Organizers stressed the importance of early detection.
Lung Cancer Awareness Month to be observed in November
Oct. 31, Petoskey News