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Cancer is the leading cause of death by disease for children aged 1-19. Tell Congress to make cancer research funding a national priority by funding the National Institutes of Health at $49 billion and the National Cancer Institute at $7.7 billion in next year's spending bill.

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As Congress negotiates a final budget for the coming year, it's critical that they make fighting cancer a top priority.

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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 program doesn’t have enough funding to serve everyone who needs it.

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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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The DIVERSE Trials Act would make it easier for cancer patients everywhere to participate in clinical trials while removing barriers that are known to keep certain racial and ethnic groups, older adults, rural residents, and those with limited incomes from being appropriately represented.

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It's clear: cancer research saves lives. Congress has a role to play in the fight against cancer: they can and should increase funding for cancer research funding. Sign the petition and join the fight.

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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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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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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.

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Ask your member of Congress to ensure the STAR Act is fully funded so vital work on childhood cancer research, surveillance, and survivorship can continue.