Accepting the award on behalf of the American Cancer Society was Nancy Yaw (picture at right with Dr. Luskin-Hawk), executive vice president of the American Cancer Society and chief operating officer of the American Cancer Society's Great Lakes Division, Inc.
Nancy Yaw, chief executive director of the American Cancer Society's Great Lakes Division, said, "NAAMA is providing a great community service by heightening awareness that there are several different types of cancers that affect women in addition to breast cancer, such as ovarian and other gynecological cancers.
â€œFor nearly 100 years, the American Cancer Society has been a leader in the fight against cancer â€" and it all started with a group of dedicated volunteers who wanted to ease suffering from this disease,â€ said Nancy Yaw, CEO, American Cancer Society, Great Lakes Division, Inc. â€œOn May 1, we celebrate that enduring commitment that has ignited a passionate force of thousands of volunteers throughout the state who, for the past several years, have united under one voice to urge our lawmakers to stand up for the health of all workers and make Michigan smokefree.â€
Nancy Yaw, executive vice president, Lakeshore Division of the American Cancer Society, expressed enormous gratitude for the continued support and generosity of Chicago's business and philanthropic communities.
Nancy Yaw, executive vice president, Lakeshore Division of the American Cancer Society, expressed deep gratitude for the commitment and generosity of the business and philanthropic community in Chicago.
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