July 23, 2021
WEDNESDAY, July 21, 2021 (CNN op-ed)—It is no secret that adolescents are easily addicted to cigarettes. But recent research published in the Lancet provides a stark reminder: a majority of the more than 1 billion smokers globally became addicted by the end of their teenage years. Over the past two decades, one out of every five smokers globally became addicted to nicotine by age 15.
Doctors urge return to routine breast, cervical screenings
July 21, The Pantagraph
We have a chance to end racial disparities in cancer diagnoses
July 21, The Boston Globe [op-ed]
“This reauthorization bill will ensure millions of women have access to this lifesaving screening without having to worry about a financial burden,” said Carolyn Aldigé, Founder and CEO of the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Learn more.