Cancer Research Funding Actions

Virginia

Join us on Monday, January 21 in Richmond for our 2019 State Day at the Capitol. This is your opportunity to use your voice to make an impact in the fight against cancer!

Pennsylvania

On December 18th, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) will host a forum at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, PA. The forum will explore the importance of and practical patient centered application of research to affect change and improve health outcomes. Participants include key western Pennsylvania...

Oklahoma

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

Oklahoma

Please take time to register for this year's event which will include a panel disucussion about cancer rates and tobacco in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma

Please join us for a discussion about how we can collaborate to overcome the barriers that impede progress and how we can improve our state's health.

Arizona

Cancer research saves lives. It is the engine behind the ongoing progress in the fight against cancer, offering hope for better treatment, prevention and early detection, and improved quality of life. Yet, funding for cancer research has dropped over the last decade, when adjusting for inflation.

North Dakota

Cancer research saves lives. It is the engine behind the ongoing progress in the fight against cancer, offering hope for better treatment, prevention and early detection, and improved quality of life. Yet, funding for cancer research has dropped over the last decade, when adjusting for inflation.

New Jersey

Let our state’s candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives know that federal funding for cancer research need to be a priority.

National

Federal funding has played a role in virtually every major advancement in the fight against cancer. That's why the research undertaken by the NIH and NCI is so important in our fight against this deadly disease.

Texas

Texas is the second-largest funder of cancer research in the nation, thanks to the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas. Without action from Texas state lawmakers, however, funding for this program is at risk.