About The National Native Network
The National Native Network is a public health resource that serves to decrease commercial tobacco use and cancer health disparities among members of American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes across North America.
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Lung cancer can be stopped Here's how to improve your help and prevent cancerChange is happening.Tribes, tribal agencies and tribal healthcare systems are incorporating evidence-based interventions, including policy, system, and environmental changes aimed at reducing behavioral risk factors and improving timely access to quality health care.
Each day 3,200 teens smoke for the first timePositive environments and social norms free of commercial tobacco product use may help our youth avoid commercial tobacco abuse in the first place. Traditional teachings on respectful, cultural use of tobacco may help youth distinguish traditional tobacco from commercial tobacco abuse and avoid the misuse of tobacco.