Access to Health Care Actions

Ohio

American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network 2022 Ohio Policy Forum This event will feature a lineup of expert presenters and panelists who will discuss the intersection of public policy and the recent advancements and new technologies in cancer care. Advance registration required. Space is limited.

Massachusetts

With the Senate unanimously passing the step therapy bill this week, the House and Senate must now come to an agreement before sending it to Governor Baker's desk. Contact your Representative & ask them to agree to the Senate version of the bill!

Georgia

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) will host its annual Georgia policy event on Wednesday, October 26 in Decatur, Georgia at the Task Force for Global Health (330 W. Ponce de Leon Ave. Decatur, GA, 30030). Breakfast will begin at 9:00 am and the event will conclude at 12:00 pm.

Massachusetts

On Tuesday July 26th, the Massachusetts Senate unanimously passed ACS CAN's priority step therapy and patient safety legislation. Take a minute to thank your Senator before our advocacy continues to the Governor!

Massachusetts

On Tuesday, July 26th, the Massachusetts Senate will be voting on priority legislation which would limit the use of step therapy, also referred to as "Fail First" protocols. The House unanimously passed a similar bill a few weeks ago. Contact your Senator TODAY to vote YES!

Nebraska

Please complete the following information to register for our 2022 event.

South Dakota

We invite you to hear why access to care is so important to South Dakotans at our free film premieres in Sioux Falls, Rapid City, and Aberdeen this August. RSVP today to reserve your seat.

South Dakota

Come join us at Sioux Falls Pride as we spread the word about the impact increased access to health care can have on our fellow South Dakotans. Sign up for a volunteer shift this Saturday, June 18th.

Kansas

Volunteers are the heart of ACS CAN. Let’s stay connected this summer and make a difference for cancer patients.