Oklahoma Cancer Action Center


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OK ACS CAN for Native American Health Disparities and the Impact of Cancer on November 10, 2020

Oklahoma ACS CAN will be hosting its annual Oklahoma Cancer Policy Conference as a live, online multi-media event to educate patients, providers, members of Congress, legislators and the public about polices that produce better health outcomes.

Latest Updates

November 9, 2020

Cancer patients and survivors continue to experience potentially serious health care delays during the pandemic, and tomorrow leadership across Oklahoma will shine a light on the disparities affecting Native Americans’ cancer outcomes.

November 4, 2020
Oklahoma, Oregon

Voting for president and federal and state lawmakers weren’t the only important decisions that voters made yesterday. Public health advocates also scored big victories in ballot initiatives in Oklahoma and Oregon. Thanks to the great work of ACS CAN volunteers and staff, Oklahomans voted to protect funding for a program

November 3, 2020

With a “no” vote on State Question 814, Oklahomans delivered a clear message to legislators: A healthy Oklahoma is important to them.

October 5, 2020

Today, the No on 814 – Campaign for a Healthier Oklahoma announced its coalition that asks voters to say “no” to State Question 814 on Nov. 3 and protect the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) from sweeping changes that would funnel tens of millions of dollars away from critical programs that have helped 2.4 million Oklahomans.

State Contacts

Matt Glanville
Government Relations Director, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Paula Warlick
Grassroots Manager, Oklahoma
Tulsa, Oklahoma

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