Cancer Research Funding Actions

Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Research Breakfast is a premiere event that brings together more than 225 leaders from the business, education, government and research communities. This virtual event will be held on November 13, 2020 from 12 PM – 1:30 PM. This year's event will feature a panel of experts to...

Florida

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network will host its 7th Annual South Florida Policy Forum on Improving Access to Innovative Cancer Therapies virtually on Friday, November 20th . This event is particularly timely in light of COVID-19 which has had a dramatic impact on clinical trials. This premiere...

Millions of cancer patients and survivors are alive today thanks to previous investments in cancer research. The facts are clear: Cancer research saves lives. Despite our progress, more than 600,000 people in the U.S. are projected to die from cancer this year alone. Every major cancer breakthrough in the past...

Georgia

Registration for this event has now closed. You can still register at the event. Follow this link at 12:00 pm ET on Friday, September 25 to join us for our event: acscan.windrosemedia.com

National

The president's proposed budget calls for major cuts in cancer research funding. Take action now to help stop these drastic cuts.

National

Millions of cancer patients and survivors are alive today thanks to previous investments in cancer research. Ask the Senate to support a strong increase in funding for cancer research and lifesaving 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...

Millions of cancer patients and survivors are alive today thanks to previous investments in cancer research. The facts are clear: Cancer research saves lives. Despite our progress, more than 600,000 people in the U.S. are projected to die from cancer this year alone. Every major cancer breakthrough in the past...