Access to Health Insurance Actions


Please take a few minutes to update us on the meetings you had today, and to provide us with feedback about your overall event experience.

Ask Congress to pass our proposals that reduce the cost of health insurance and cap prescription drug out-of-pocket expenses for millions of cancer patients and survivors.


Join us for our Annual Lobby Day ! This year ACS CAN is bringing our most impactful day of advocacy into your home! We'll learn together, talk with lawmakers, and wrap up an eventful day of advocating on two of our priority issues in Massachusetts...ensuring that your healthcare provider has...


We are continuing work for our Cancer Beyond Chemo: Conversations with Cancer Survivors project. Will you share your survivor or caregiver story with us?


While we are very disappointed Medicaid expansion did not pass this year, we had more support than ever in the Wyoming legislature. Take a minute or two to send a thank you message to your lawmakers so they know they have our support for next time!


Please take a few minutes to let us know how your lawmakers responded to your asks that they support funding for our priority programs. These report-back forms help us reply to any questions or concerns your legislators might have and to adjust our legislative campaign strategy, so please be as...

South Dakota

South Dakota doesn’t need an unregulated insurance product that avoids patient protections and risks increased medical costs. Please take action, today.

New Hampshire

As you may know, ACS CAN recently launched a public education campaign, Medicaid Covers Us, to foster an open dialogue about the value of Medicaid for beneficiaries, communities and our nation. As a part of this campaign, we produced a mini-documentary, “Critical Condition: Stories of Health in the Heartland”...


Ask Secretary Azar to address patient community concerns with the Department of Health and Human Services proposed policy change to Medicare Part D's "Six Protected Classes" that could delay patient access to lifesaving therapies.


Governor Northam has vetoed four bills that would put Virginians at risk of being underinsured. Two of these bills would even allow insurance companies to once again discriminate against people with cancer and other pre-existing conditions. However, state legislators could vote to override this veto and let them become law...