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2022 C. Everett Koop Unsung Hero Awarded to Dr. Carolyn Dresler

Media Contact: Megan (Arendt) Manning (202) 659 – 4310 2022 C. Everett Koop Unsung Hero Awarded to Dr. Carolyn Dresler RIDGEWAY, COLORADO – SEPTEMBER 16, 2022 – Today, the American Lung Association honored Dr. Carolyn Dresler with the 2022 C. Everett Koop Unsung Hero Award. Named after the 1980s U.S.

Biography of Carolyn Dresler, MD, MPA

Carolyn Dresler, MD, MPA ASH Board Member Carolyn Dresler, MD, MPA was trained at Memorial Sloan Kettering and the University of Toronto as a thoracic surgical oncologist with clinical practices at Washington University and Fox Chase Cancer Center. She retired in 2018 as the Associate Director for Medical and Health

History of the Human Rights and Tobacco Control Network (HRTCN)

The Human Rights Tobacco Control Network (HRTCN) began at a first international meeting, held in Lausanne, Switzerland in November 2008 with a small cohort of approximately 20 partners from around the world. The meeting was to discuss the Human Right Based Approaches (HRBA) to tobacco control, and the consensus at

Human Rights Resources

Click here to read our Reference Guide ASH Blog and Presentations Danish Institute on Human Rights- Quit PMI Hearing before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Human Rights Day 2016 Human Rights Day 2015 Presentation at the World Conference on Tobacco or Health 2015 Journal Articles Tobacco Marketing: A Violation

Human Rights Violations

Could tobacco executives/corporations be found guilty of human right violations? ASH is investigating the possibility of holding tobacco corporations responsible for tobacco-related deaths under human rights laws. These charges, for example, a violation of the right to life or right to health, among many others, would be levied against governments