Proposed budget slashes cancer spending

The budget proposal released last week by the White House includes significant reductions in spending for cancer research and screening programs.  Although $50 million of new money was allocated to pediatric cancer research, funding for the National Cancer Institute was cut by nearly $900 million.

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network asks for support in opposing these cuts.  Read more.

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