According to the Presidentís Cancer Panel, there are 80,000 chemicals on the market in the U.S.; many of which are used by millions of Americans and are largely understudied and unregulated; chemicals that lurk in our bathrooms, our makeup cases, our cabinets and all around our homes. Now is the time to clean up our act and Trash Cancer!

Trash Cancer is an education movement empowering individuals to make safer consumer choices to reduce their exposure to toxic chemicals and live healthier lives.

Trash Cancer is a program of the Cancer Schmancer Movement, founded by actress and uterine cancer survivor, Fran Drescher, who was misdiagnosed and mistreated for two years by eight doctors before being properly diagnosed.

In 2002, Fran wrote the New York Times bestseller, Cancer Schmancer to share her story of survival. The book became the beginning of a new lifeís mission to improve healthcare in America. Today, the Cancer Schmancer Movement is shifting this nation's priority from just searching for a cancer cure towards prevention and early detection of cancer.

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