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“Letters of Intent” to apply for the Arkansas Cancer Plan Implementation Grants are due by 4 p.m. on Friday, February 4, 2011. The Arkansas Cancer Coalition (ACC) will award grants to ACC Partners who work to advance specific and proven cancer control strategies across the state in the Disparities, Prevention and Access to Treatment chapters of the […]
The Arkansas Department of Health and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences will be launching the Cervical Cancer Education Prevention Program, promoting the cervical cancer vaccine, at the Pine Bluff home and garden show at the Pine Bluff Convention Center on February 12th. For more information, visit www.healthygirls.org
Annual renewal process leads to lost coverage for state’s children.
The Arkansas Cancer Coalition’s (ACC) inclement weather policy states ACC offices will close in the event the Little Rock School District closes their schools. That just so happened today. Know what goes with hot cocoa? A good book, you say? Yes, that does fit. But also, it’s a great time to get more familiar with […]
Democrats and Republicans are debating the merits of healthcare, and the possible repeal of healthcare, mostly on how policy will affect deficits. But how does healthcare impact cancer control?
First the requirements of the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act that cigarette advertising be limited to black and white advertising where minors might view it were struck down. Now the ostensible overturning of Federal preemption for state and local authority to regulate point of purchase advertising was delivered a blow by a federal Judge in New York Wednesday, December 29.