Access to Health Care Actions


ACS CAN will host it's 9th Annual Idaho Policy Summit on October 19th at 9am MT. This VIRTUAL event will bring together key leaders and decision makers in government, research and academia to discuss emerging oncology and health care policy issues that affect the physical and economic health of...


Patient Navigation and Reducing Disparities September 27, 2022 11:00 am EST

North Carolina

Join ACS CAN and our Health Action NC coalition partners at the General Assembly in Raleigh, 16 West Jones Street, on Tuesday, August 23 rd at 10 a.m. We will gather for a press conference to highlight the importance of Medicaid Expansion in North Carolina. The larger the crowd, the...


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.


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!


The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) will host its annual ACS CAN Georgia Cancer Policy Forum virtually on Wednesday, October 26th. The event will begin at 10:00 AM EST and run until 11:30 AM EST.


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!


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!

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.