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An ACS CAN survey shows the growing urgency to reduce the burden of medical debt and protect cost-free cancer screening.
ACCE to “close the care gap” via clinical trials, cancer screenings and patient navigation services. Plus: A congressional resolution.
Governor Hochul signed a bipartisan bill to ensure access to biomarker testing and the right treatment for cancer and other illnesses.
Three studies by researchers from the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network explore ways to boost clinical trial opportunities.
A threat to the Biden administration’s “public charge” policy is a threat to our nation’s public health, say leading cancer organizati...
“Shifting decisions on drug safety to judges…jeopardizes the lives and livelihoods of patients,” says ACS CAN’s Lisa Lacasse.
Cancer advocates say the bill will ensure more patients, notably people of color, can access biomarker testing and the right treatment.
They’re in DC to advocate for cancer research funding and to expand access to prostate screenings and multi-cancer early detection.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services proposal also expands access to telehealth provisions in 2024.
Short-term insurance plans often offer very limited coverage and do not follow ACA rules. People mistake the low premiums for a good deal.
In nearly 220,000 stores, tobacco companies must post signs “telling the truth about the deadly consequences of cigarette smoking.”
A new survey also finds that one third of LGBTQ cancer patients and survivors experienced discrimination in health care settings.
Why the American Cancer Society and ACS CAN support Biden’s pick of Mandy Cohen to lead the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
New agreement ensures coverage of prevention services for now, a move applauded by patient groups for those with cancer, HIV and more.
People on Medicaid must have the right to sue if they can’t get care, notes groups representing those with cancer, HIV, diabetes and more.
A survey by the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network explores preventive screenings and costs.
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