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08/23 - 09/23
Monika Olko Gallery Hosts Artist Opening Reception to Benefit Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center

09/01 - 10/31
Human Services Workshops/GSS host various workshops

09/09 - 11/25
Learn - Then Act! Apply for JASA's Institute for Senior Action (IFSA)

09/13 - 10/04
Spence-Chapin Kids Group Series

09/22
LICADD 34th Annual R. Brinkley Smithers Golf Invitational

09/22
Spence-Chapin How to Talk to Young Children about Adoption

09/23
CHCF's 2014 Opening Doors to Women Luncheon

09/23
TRANSITIONING TO MANAGED CARE

09/26
Obesity Risk Reduction Behaviors among Chinese Americans

09/27
Spence-Chapin Lifebook Workshop

Capitol Region

09/27
The German-American Club of Albany Oktoberfest

10/18
St. Catherine's Center for Children's 1st Running SCCCared Fright Run,

American Cancer Society Says Budget Cuts Could Cost Lives PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 07 March 2013 01:50

The American Cancer Society said that the across-the-board federal cuts that went into effect this month and the proposed New York spending reductions could cost residents in the state their lives. Federal cuts alone will mean 1,670 fewer free screenings for breast and cervical cancer for New York women who have no health insurance. The federal cuts amount to a 5 percent drop in cancer screenings in New York, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed budget would add a 10 percent cut to the program. Read more in the Times Union.

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