Access to Health Insurance Actions


We must protect cancer patients' and survivors’ access to affordable, adequate health coverage in Minnesota.


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


It's time to thank the bipartisan group of state legislators who voted to expand access to healthcare to thousands of our low-income family members, friends, and neighbors in Virginia!


Ask your member of Congress to reach out to Secretary Azar and ask him to stop the short-term plan rule from moving forward unless concerns from the patient community are addressed.


Whether you’re a cancer survivor or someone who barely had a head cold last year, you should be able to access affordable health insurance. A bill that was recently passed by our Virginia state legislators could make this difficult. Ask Governor Northam to stop Virginia from moving backwards in the...


Take a moment to thank your State Delegate for voting in support of expanding health care to nearly 400,000 of our hard-working neighbors in Virginia. Expanding Medicaid to these low-income Virginians would mean providing them with access to life-saving cancer screenings such as mammograms and colonoscopies.


Nearly 400,000 hard working Virginians are unable to access affordable health care that includes lifesaving cancer screenings like mammograms and colonoscopies. Send a message to your State Senator asking that the Senate work with the House of Delegates to expand Medicaid. Our neighbors are counting on us!


Your elected officials are making decisions in Richmond right now about whether or not to make affordable healthcare available to approximately 300,000 low-income Virginians. These individuals are counting on us to ensure that the legislators make lifesaving cancer screenings and treatments accessible.


We’re finally making real progress towards ensuring that all Virginians have access to quality healthcare that includes vital cancer screenings such as mammograms and colonoscopies, but we’re not there yet. Decisions about making healthcare accessible to more Virginians are being made in Richmond right now so don’t delay on taking...

Join us in pressing Congress to continue working toward a bipartisan solution that reduces healthcare costs for patients and survivors while providing true access to the cancer care they need