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2019 Oklahoma ACS CAN Day at the Capitol

Join other volunteers from across Oklahoma as we work to make cancer a priority!

More details to follow.

For questions, please contact Paula Warlick at: [email protected]  or 918.477.5410

Latest Updates

September 24, 2018
Oklahoma

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A team of advocates and staff in Oklahoma was recognized for their dedication and exceptional work in cancer advocacy by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). ACS CAN, the advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, presents the State Advocacy Team of the

August 9, 2018
Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY – For the second year in a row, Oklahoma has made great progress when it comes to implementing policies and passing legislation to prevent and reduce suffering and death from cancer. According to the latest edition of “How Do You Measure Up?: A Progress Report on State Legislative

April 18, 2018
Oklahoma

As a child, she struggled with low platelet and red blood cell counts — an unusual combination of anemia in children. Doctors kept an eye on her health, and it would be three years before a genetic test of her bone marrow identified a duplicate chromosome that would ultimately lead to her Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). If untreated, MDS becomes leukemia.

April 12, 2018
Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY – Cancer survivors, health professionals and students will convene at the Capitol on Monday, April 16, seeking restoration of the state’s Colorectal Cancer Screening Fund and protection for current life-saving programs. Colorectal cancer is the second deadliest type of cancer in Oklahoma, and American Cancer Society Cancer Action

State Contacts

Justin Wood
Government Relations Director, Oklahoma
Paula Warlick
Grassroots Manager, Oklahoma
Adrienne Lynch
Senior Specialist, Media Advocacy

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