On Wednesday February 4, Callie Strickland will represent The Moore Charitable Foundation in Washington DC for Less Cancer’s National Cancer Prevention Day. This marks the fourth year of the groundbreaking resolution introduced by Representative Steve Israel to bring attention to cancer prevention. Bill Couzens, founder of Less Cancer and Cancer Prevention Day, has changed the conversation by focusing on the root causes of cancer, which can be inextricably linked the the toxins in our food and environment. Air and water pollution from coal plants, car exhaust, Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, untreated sewage and urban runoff have have resulted in increased health risks. On Wednesday Margaret Cuomo, author of A World Without Cancer, will moderate the panel discussion. If you are in Washington on Wednesday, please join us to learn how we can stop cancer before it starts.