Each month we've been spotlighting a member of Congress who supports legislation and initiatives that make a difference in the lives of people impacted by cancer. This month, we recognize Rep. Tom Cole of the 4th Congressional District of Oklahoma.
Each month we are spotlighting a member of Congress who supports legislation and initiatives that make a difference in the lives of people impacted by cancer. This month, we recognize Rep. Jim McGovern of the 2nd Congressional District of Massachusetts.
Each month we are spotlighting a member of Congress who supports legislation and initiatives that make a difference in the lives of people impacted by cancer. This month, we recognize Sen. Susan Collins of Maine as a cancer champion.
High-deductible health plans (HDHPs) are an increasingly popular type of health plan, especially for employer-sponsored plans. This blog explains how these health plans work and certain risks they can pose for enrollees — particularly for those with a chronic health condition or serious illness, such as cancer.
Next up in our Advocate Spotlight series, we highlight CSC patient advocate and cancer survivor Denyse Phipps Crank. In our Q&A with Denyse, she talks about her personal experience with cancer. She also describes what it was like to attend President Biden's historic announcement at the White House on Feb. 2, when he relaunched the Cancer Moonshot initiative with a call to action on cancer screening and early detection. Read on to learn more about Denyse.
This month, as part of its Advocate Spotlight series, our Cancer Policy Institute is highlighting Clay Alspach, JD, a principal based in Washington, D.C. Clay recently joined CPI’s Advisory Board, which advocates to make the patient voice heard in policy and decision making. Read on to learn more about Clay and his cancer advocacy work.
On January 1, 2022, the No Surprises Act went into effect. This is a new law that protects patients from unexpected or “surprise” medical bills. Keep reading to learn about these new protections for patients.
Despite innovation and advancements in cancer diagnosis, prevention, and treatments, disparities persist across the cancer care continuum, from screening to survivorship. The Cancer Support Community is marking World Cancer Day 2022 with 3 simple activities you can do now to help close the gap in cancer care.
This month’s featured cancer advocate is Aaryn Kopp. She shares advice for others who are interested in becoming an advocate: “Small steps can lead to big things.” Read on to learn more about Aaryn and her goal to leverage her skills to help those most in need.
This month’s featured cancer advocate is Kerri Susko, LISW-CP, OSW-C. Kerri is the Director of CSC at Prisma Health Cancer Institute. For other aspiring cancer advocates, she offers this advice: “The smallest step is a step toward change.” Read on to learn more about Kerri and how she's making an impact in the cancer community.