- The CPI works in partnership with patient advocates, the CSC affiliate network, and numerous allied health care and oncology organizations to work towards a future where 15.5 million cancer survivors have access to comprehensive, high-quality, timely, and affordable medical, social, and emotional care.
- Patients are at the center of the work of the CPI. We utilize leading-edge data from our Research and Training Institute (RTI) to support our policy positions with evidence that is based in the patient experience.
- Whether we are on Capitol Hill or in state legislatures, in discussions with regulators, or working in policy coalitions, our focus is always on the patient and how we can work towards a system that is truly centered on the experiences, preferences, and values of cancer patients and their loved ones.
The CPI also engages in advocacy, powered by a grassroots network of thousands of advocates across the country. Through our online platform, we provide updates on policy issues that could have an impact on the health and wellbeing of cancer patients and survivors and offer opportunities for advocates to make their voices heard with federal and state policy makers.