Access to Health Insurance Actions

As Congress considers changes to the Affordable Care Act, it is critically important that lawmakers maintain the patient protections that are so important to cancer patients and survivors, and ensure coverage is truly affordable. We can never go back to the day when cancer patients can’t get health insurance coverage...

Our local staff and volunteers are planning activities to tell lawmakers why they should reject the proposed $1 billion in cuts to medical research funding and and work toward increasing funding for lifesaving cancer research. Come join us at an event in your community. If you complete this quick form,...

Alaska

As Congress considers changes to the Affordable Care Act, it is critically important that lawmakers maintain the patient protections that are so important to cancer patients and survivors, and ensure coverage is truly affordable. The next step will be the hardest one, though. We need to go beyond emails and...

Alaska

As Congress considers changes to the Affordable Care Act, it is critically important that lawmakers maintain the patient protections that are so important to cancer patients and survivors, and ensure coverage is truly affordable. The next step will be the hardest one, though. We need to go beyond emails and...

Any changes to the current health care law must maintain lifesaving patient protections and result in insurance policies that are truly affordable. Send a message to your Members of Congress now.

Kansas

Governor Brownback just vetoed KanCare expansion - a bill that passed both chambers of the legislature with overwhlming support and is favored by 82% of Kansans. Ask your lawmakers to stand with Kansas and override the governor's veto.

Illinois

Illinois women are losing access to lifesaving cancer screenings because of cuts to the Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IBCCP). Please urge your lawmakers to fully fund IBCCP and maintain Medicaid eligibility.

This means: Continuing patient protections that prohibit excluding patients due to pre-existing conditions and instituting arbitrary lifetime or annual benefit limit Ensuring patients can afford health coverage that provides adequate care when it’s needed Providing low-income individuals continued access to health coverage through Medicaid