Your voice is important to help policymakers know what is important to people living with and beyond cancer and their loved ones. Together, we can help ensure that people touched by cancer have access to quality, comprehensive cancer care that includes social and emotional support. Check out some of our current efforts, and take a moment to take action.
How to Become an Advocate
Becoming a cancer patient advocate is an easy, meaningful way to make a difference. Cancer patient advocates speak out about issues important to people affected by cancer and empower others to act.
Join the Grassroots Network Today
- Get up-to-date information on key issues that are important to patients with cancer and their loved ones.
- Be part of a network that interacts with Capitol Hill and other policy makers on issues important to cancer patients.
- Have your voice heard along side other voices of patients with cancer and their loved ones.
- Participate in research being conducted at the Cancer Support Community.
- And more!
You Can Help CSC with our Research.
Your feedback in a survey, input during a focus group, or feedback on a resource we are developing, helps ensure patients and caregivers needs are being supported.