Asian American & Pacific Islander Volunteer Caucus


Asian American & Pacific Islander Volunteer Caucus


Asian American & Pacific Islander Volunteer CaucusThe Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Volunteer Caucus is engaging the Asian American and Pacific Islander community in ACS CAN to advance representation, reduce disparities, and reflect generational and language differences in our unique communities.

Meet the AAPI Volunteer Caucus Members

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Take Action

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Ask Congress to make Multi-Cancer Early Detection Tests Available!

Asian Americans are screened for cancers at lower rates than the majority of Americans. Innovative new tests could screen for dozens of cancers at once and have the potential to address cancer mortality disparities by detecting more cancers earlier in more people.

A 2016 report from the American Cancer Society details the rates of new cancer cases and the rates of cancer deaths among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs).

A data brief that discusses cancer disparities in Asian, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Communities and the work ACS and ACS CAN are doing with communities to advance health equity.

Cancer takes a huge physical toll on patients and survivors and comes with many costs. This fact sheet explores the costs of cancer in people of color, which includes all individuals identifying as non-White, non-Hispanic.