Access to Health Insurance Actions


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.

There is a partisan bill gaining momentum in the U.S. Senate that we need to stop. Cancer patients and survivors will lose coverage and pay far more for the drugs and treatment they need.

Please join us in thanking those U.S. Senators who voted against the bill that could have harmed millions of cancer patients and survivors.

The U.S. Senate health care bill could lead to cancer patients and survivors being denied access to the quality and affordable care they need to treat and manage their disease.

Ask your Senator to vote "NO" on their health care bill that could deny cancer patients and survivors access to quality, affordable health coverage.

This means: Continuing patient protections that prohibit excluding patients due to pre-existing conditions and instituting arbitrary lifetime or annual benefit limit Ensuring patients can afford health coverage that provides adequate care when it’s needed Providing low-income individuals continued access to health coverage through Medicaid


As Congress considers changes to the Affordable Care Act, it is critically important that lawmakers maintain the patient protections that are so important to cancer patients and survivors, and ensure coverage is truly affordable. The next step will be the hardest one, though. We need to go beyond emails and...