Ready to make a difference?
Anyone who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of people impacted by cancer can be a cancer advocate. Your voice is critical to help policymakers know what is important to people living with and beyond cancer, and what matters to their loved ones.
Stand Up for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Here are quick & simple actions you can take now to support people impacted by cancer. Send pre-filled letters urging your members of Congress to support legislation in 3 key areas:
1. Support Cancer Prevention & Early Detection
An estimated 70% of cancer deaths are attributed to cancers that lack early detection screenings. Join us in advocating to increase access to preventative cancer screenings.
2. Protect Access to Needed Care
Efficient access to essential cancer care saves lives and decreases burdens placed on patients and their community. Join us in advocating to protect and expand access to care.
3. Improve Care Coverage
Every person deserves access to quality & affordable care. Join us in advocating to improve lives and increase care coverage for survivors, caregivers & vulnerable populations.
Learn About Cancer Advocacy
Cancer advocates work to educate the community and policymakers on important issues that affect people impacted by cancer. Watch these videos for an introduction to grassroots advocacy and ways you can make a difference.
Share Your Story to Raise Awareness
Want to help ensure that people impacted by cancer have access to quality, timely, and affordable healthcare? Sharing your own story can help raise awareness about concerns that need attention and action.
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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!