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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 Congress to request and support $40 million for USAID to support the expansion of programs to prevent cervical cancer when interventions are most needed.

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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.

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Ask your Representative to ensure that seniors on Medicare have access to colorectal cancer screening without any surprise out-of-pocket costs by cosponsoring and supporting the passage of the Removing Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Act, H.R. 1570.

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If passed, the proposed cuts to NIH and NCI funding would squander years of renewed momentum and progress in advancing discovery in cancer and other chronic diseases. These investments have long enjoyed strong bipartisan support and have led to incredible understanding of how to detect, diagnose and treat cancer that...

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Tell Health & Human Services Secretary Azar: Don't delay access to lifesaving medicine for cancer patients! Stop the proposed changes to Medicare Part D's Six Protected Classes.

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Say YES by completing our form indicating your interest in being part of our 2019 campaign. It's time to end cervical cancer deaths ... for good.

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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.