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- Create a national movement for cancer prevention.
- Entrench the precautionary principle, with use of the substitution principle to achieve least-toxic options.
- Devote more funds to primary cancer prevention, and to act on what we know prevents cancer.
- Improve regulations and policies, to end environmental and workplace exposures that contribute to cancer.
- Support individuals, groups, workers, communities, businesses and governments, with an emphasis on marginalized and vulnerable people, to reduce or eliminate exposures that contribute to cancer.
What We Do
- Conduct research and analyses.
- Conduct public education.
- Promote policy, regulatory and legislative reforms.
- Prepare briefs and reports to advance cancer prevention and least-toxic approaches based on broad, high quality scientific evidence, and modern review methods and frameworks.
- Run focused campaigns.
- Collaborate, support and promote member and group development and activities.