Policy Forum Events

November 12, 2021EST

Reductions in the cancer death rate have not been experienced equitably across racial, socioeconomic, or ethnic groups. In Ohio, for instance, Black Ohioans have a higher cancer death rate than other Ohioans and COVID-19’s impact – from loss of insurance coverage to delayed preventative care – could widen those disparities...

November 17, 2021CST

The ACS CAN Mississippi Policy Forum is a premier event that brings together leaders from the business, education, medical, government and research communities to advance the work of ACS CAN. The event not only unites those in Mississippi who are fighting to end cancer, it serves to support ACS CAN...

November 17, 2021CST

For 20 years, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network has made cancer a top priority for policymakers at every level of government. Join us on November 17 to learn more about ACS CAN’s work in the state and the work ahead of us. Since 2001, ACS CAN volunteers have...

November 18, 2021EST

Reductions in the cancer death rate have not been experienced equitably across racial, socioeconomic, or ethnic groups. Black Kentuckians have a higher cancer death rate than other Kentuckians, and COVID-19’s impact – from loss of insurance coverage to delayed preventative care – could widen those disparities across the state. Join...

November 18, 2021PST

Please join us for the 2021 ACS CAN California Policy Forum! This event will feature presentations from cancer researchers on cutting-edge science at the forefront of breakthroughs in diagnosis, treatment, care, and survivorship coupled with policy proposals that ensure these advancements are available for all. Research is the fuel for...

November 19, 2021

ACS CAN NY & NJ 2021 Policy Forum: Advancing Research, Innovation and Health Equity (Virtual) Friday, November 19, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:30am

November 19, 2021

To learn more about Event Sponsorship, Leadership Gifts, or Corporate Membership Opportunities click here. Virtual Forum Focus | Advancing Research, Innovation and Health Equity Cancer remains a critical public health problem and how new cures are...

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