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FW: Upcoming Events Robin Troutman 06 Dec 2019 14:35 UTC

FW: Upcoming Events Robin Troutman 06 Dec 2019 09:35 EST
Please find information about two webinars and a symposium that may be of interest, below.


  *   American Institute for Cancer Research is holding a webinar on January 16, 2020 with the FDA entitled “Behind the Updated Label with FDA: Nutrition Facts for Health and Cancer Prevention,” which will focus on the new nutrition label and consumer education efforts. The link to register is here<https://cspinet.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=56c53970e9e8f3069990102a6&id=3e5a1c0d89&e=638b51d85a>.
  *   Trust for America’s Health is holding a webinar on January 29, 2020 entitled “State of Obesity 2019: Better Policies for a Healthier America.” This webinar explores findings of TFAH's 2019 State of Obesity<https://cspinet.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=56c53970e9e8f3069990102a6&id=a51d30acce&e=638b51d85a> report<https://cspinet.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=56c53970e9e8f3069990102a6&id=a21c19e244&e=638b51d85a>. Speakers will cover the latest national and state obesity rates and trends, highlight promising approaches localities have undertaken to ensure healthy communities, and offer national policy recommendations that incorporate innovative approaches that prioritize helping all Americans lead healthier lives. The link to register is here<https://cspinet.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=56c53970e9e8f3069990102a6&id=0e891323e6&e=638b51d85a>.
Join the American Institute for Cancer Research, the George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health Department of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, and the George Washington University Cancer Center for a one-day symposium addressing the impact of lifestyle on cancer risk and outcomes, from evidence to action across the research to policy spectrum. The symposium will take place at George Washington University on January 24, 2020 and feature five talks from individuals involved in cancer and lifestyle at the epidemiologic, policy and patient-focused levels. They will be talking about new research surrounding lifestyle and cancer and how to translate that research into policy and into palatable information for the average consumer. The link to register, along with more information, can be found here<https://cspinet.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=56c53970e9e8f3069990102a6&id=2f26c19282&e=638b51d85a>.

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Meghan Maroney, MPH
Policy Associate
Center for Science in the Public Interest

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