Breast and Cervical Cancer Actions

Oregon

The Oregon Legislature has reduced the funding for the Oregon Breast and Cervical Care Program (ScreenWise / ORBCCP), leaving people exposed. This could impact the 3,400 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in Oregon, this year. Show your support for putting these lifesaving dollars back in the budget.

Maryland

ACS CAN Maryland is now accepting applications for our top volunteer in the state. Submit your name to learn about this posiition.

Rhode Island

Gathered with friends, family and community members, your local Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is the place to come together to honor breast cancer survivors, remember loved ones, and act to end suffering and death from a disease that has already taken too much.

National

Ask your Senator to fund a strong increase in funding for breast cancer research and lifesaving breast cancer prevention programs.

Florida

Tell us how you would like to get involved with Florida ACS CAN.

Millions of women are alive today thanks to previous investments in breast cancer research. The facts are clear: Breast cancer research and prevention programs save lives. Despite our progress, more than 41,000 women in the U.S. are projected to die from breast cancer this year alone. Every major breast cancer...

Missouri

Help us advocate for cancer patients and survivors and receive a free ACS CAN shirt as a bonus!

Virginia

There are circumstances in life that make having access to a short-term health insurance plan useful. However, they shouldn’t be used long term since they do NOT cover essential health services, and they can deny coverage of anything related to pre-existing conditions—including a previous cancer diagnosis. Take action to keep...

Virginia

When your doctor prescribes a specific treatment, you usually expect that your insurance will cover it. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

National

Say YES by completing our form indicating your interest in being part of our 2019 campaign. It's time to end cervical cancer deaths ... for good.