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Looking for ways to fight cancer? Why not join our New Jersey ACS CAN Team?

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At ACS CAN we work to close the cancer disparities gap by supporting policies that help eliminate disparities in cancer research, prevention, screening, treatment and mortality. Become a part of our NJ Diversity & Inclusion Volunteer Team today to fight back against cancer in all communities.

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Step Therapy delays cancer care. Now is the time to reform Step Therapy in New Jersey. Sign the petition asking your state senator to vote "yes" on S3051 to reform step therapy.

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As we celebrate the 15th anniversary of the NJ Smoke-Free Air Act we must not forget the 22,000 casino workers put at risk by secondhand smoke just for coming to work each day. It is time to close the casino loophole. The legislature must pass A4541/S1878. No one should have...

New Jersey

Looking for ways to fight cancer? Why not join our New Jersey ACS CAN Team?

New Jersey

Would you consider joining our New Jersey volunteer team? Being a volunteer member is easy, fun, and most of all rewarding. We need your help to ensure that our elected officials at the state and federal levels are doing everything in their power to reduce the burden of cancer.

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CAW participants are required to complete and submit report back forms.

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Right now, in New Jersey, a process known as step therapy or “fail first” is resulting in delays in cancer care. Under fail first policies, patients must try and fail on less expensive medicine before insurance will cover a more expensive option - even if your doctor believes the more expensive treatment will be more effective. Send your lawmakers a message today. Cancer patients can’t afford to waste time.

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Access to medical treatments, prescriptions and therapies is critical to reducing suffering and death from cancer and other chronic illnesses. Yet too many patients face out-of-pocket costs, insurer policies and other barriers that can delay access to services that treat, manage and prevent the disease. Sharing the stories of patients...