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Ask the Presidential candidates to tell us how they will ensure people with serious illnesses like cancer have access to quality, affordable healthcare.

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Big Tobacco uses fruit, candy and mint flavors to attract kids to their harmful products. It shouldn’t be so easy to hide nicotine addiction behind e-cigarette flavors. Tobacco use among youth is dangerously high, fueled by the proliferation of flavored e-cigarettes on the market that appeal to youth. Among teens...

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Ask your member of Congress to support strong tobacco control legislation to protect youth from a lifetime of addiction.

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Ask your member of Congress to cosponsor and pass PCHETA this Congress. By supporting PCHETA, they can improve the quality of life for kids and patients fighting cancer.

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Ask your Senator to fund a strong increase in funding for breast cancer research and lifesaving breast cancer prevention programs.

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Millions of cancer patients and survivors are alive today thanks to previous investments in cancer research. Ask the Senate to support a strong increase in funding for cancer research and lifesaving cancer prevention programs.

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Where you live shouldn’t determine if you live. But, when it comes to preventing and surviving cervical cancer, it makes all the difference in the world. Cervical cancer shouldn't be a death sentence for any woman in any country. Ask your Senator to support dedicated funding in this year’s budget...

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Ask your Representative 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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The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) needs you to support strong tobacco control legislation that prohibits flavoring of tobacco products, raises the federal minimum age of sale for tobacco products to 21, restricts advertising of tobacco products like e-cigarettes, and increases funding for the Centers for Disease...

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Ask Secretary Azar to address patient community concerns with the Department of Health and Human Services proposed policy change to Medicare Part D's "Six Protected Classes" that could delay patient access to lifesaving therapies.