Coalition lobbies Congress for cancer screening money

03/29/2009 | Kennebec Journal (Maine)

Colon cancer survivor Marilia Sardinha of Winslow, Maine, is part an advocacy group called Colorectal Cancer Coalition, or C3, that went to Washington, D.C., recently to lobby Congress to fund colorectal cancer screening. The group supports a bill to create a national colorectal cancer screening program to help the poor and uninsured and to establish a research program at the Defense Department.

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