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Welcome 114th Congressional Spouses

Posted by Lisa Berry on January 15th, 2015 | No Comments »
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Community Outreach - The start of 2015 ushered in the 114th Congress. Welcome new and re-elected Congressional families! The 114th Congress brings new Congressional members, spouses and families to both the House and Senate from more than 31 states. The Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program invites all members of the Congressional family to learn more about cancer prevention and early detection. The Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program works to educate Congressional families and their communities about prevention, early detection and healthy lifestyles.

Happy New Congress!

Posted by Elizabeth HofflerElizabeth Hoffler on January 6th, 2015 | No Comments »

Advocacy - Today, January 6, marks the first day of the 114th Congress and 13 new Senators and 58 new Representatives will start work in Washington, DC. For the first time in 8 years, Republicans will be in control of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Senator Mitch McConnell (Kentucky) will be the Senate Majority Leader (with a 54-44 majority with 2 independents) and Speaker John Boehner (Ohio) will lead the House (with a 246-188 ...

Cancer Prevention Laurels Awards – Nominations are open!

Posted by Lisa BerryLisa Berry on December 30th, 2014 | 1 Comment »
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Foundation News - The Prevent Cancer Foundation is now requesting nominations for our annual Cancer Prevention Laurels Awards. Nominations must be received by 5 p.m. EST on Monday, January 26, 2015. The Prevent Cancer Foundation created the Cancer Prevention Laurels in 2003 to recognize and celebrate innovators and leaders in the fight against cancer. The laurel is an ancient Roman symbol of tribute, honor, victory, merit and reward. Awards will be presented in the following three categories to recognize work ...

Keep calm and check ’em

Posted by Jessica Karlsruher, Development Director, Testicular Cancer Foundation on December 18th, 2014 | 1 Comment »
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Early Detection - We hear so much in the marketplace about breast cancer, but very little about testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males ages 15-35, and it is 99 percent treatable if caught in its early stages. But just as most men procrastinate about their health, I originally procrastinated writing this blog post. As the Development Director at the Testicular Foundation (TCF), I started to think, “How do I do my job? What makes ...