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The evidence is clear: This year, 15,990 children will be diagnosed with cancer and 1,780 children will die from cancer. Nearly 40% of childhood cancer survivors aged 35 or older have experienced a severe or life-threatening health condition, or have died, which is a rate over five times higher than...

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Dear Lawmaker: The National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) is a critical safety net to ensure that all eligible individuals – no matter where they live or how little money they make – can get a free or inexpensive breast or cervical cancer screening. But today, the...

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Dear Lawmaker: Millions of cancer patients and survivors are alive today thanks to previous investments in cancer research. We cannot lose progress in the fight against cancer! The facts are clear: Cancer research saves lives. Despite our progress, more than 600,000 people are expected to die of cancer in 2021...

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Ask Congress to pass our proposals that reduce the cost of health insurance and cap prescription drug out-of-pocket expenses for millions of cancer patients and survivors.

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Join us in calling on Congress to ensure women – no matter where they live or how little money they make – can get a free or inexpensive breast or cervical cancer screening.

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We are excited to have you join us to learn from your peers about how they are taking fundraising to the next level. Our panel of successful Lights of Hope fundraisers will share their secrets and answer your questions during this interactive event. Don’t miss the fun and RSVP today...

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We are looking to tell the stories of people who are living without health insurance and who face challenges getting the care they need. We are producing a short film featuring these real stories in order to shed light on this issue and inspire change across the country. We want...

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I want to join the fight to save more lives from cancer. Even in a pandemic, cancer doesn't stop. An estimated 1.8 million people in the U.S. were diagnosed with cancer in 2020. Every major breakthrough in the fight against cancer has involved federal research funding, and we need more breakthroughs.

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I want to join the fight to save more lives from cancer. Even throughout the coronavirus pandemic, cancer hasn't stopped. An estimated 1.8 million people in America will be diagnosed with the disease in 2020. Our elected officials in Congress and state legislatures across the country play an important role...

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Ask your Members of Congress to support PCHETA to improve the quality of life for patients of all ages living with cancer, as well as their families and caregivers.