Breast and Cervical Cancer Actions


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Each year, the Ohio Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) provides low-income, underinsured or uninsured Ohio women access to cancer screening and diagnostic testing services. In 2019, more than 10,000 Ohio women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 1,700 Ohio women will die from breast cancer. It...


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...


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


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.


Monday, April 15, 2019 9 am - 3 pm Oklahoma State Capitol Room 112 Join us and others from all over the state as we work to make cancer a priority. For questions, please contact Paula Warlick at: [email protected] or 918.477.5410


Tell the House of Representatives to increase funding for the Alabama Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program so more cancers can be screened and more lives can be saved!


We're looking for cancer patients, survivors and family members willing to share their pill or liquid chemo experience. Sharing your story can help other Idahoans get access to their doctor recommended chemotherapy.


Cancer patients rely upon their doctors to help them determine the best course of treatment. You can help to ensure that cancer patients and their doctors are able to determine the best course of treatment, rather than allowing the insurance company to make this decision, by sending a message to...


Florida women need access to mammograms. When it comes to a cancer diagnosis, early detection saves lives!