Patient Quality of Life Actions

Ohio

Cancer patients and survivors do plenty of waiting, but not for this! Urge State Senator Burke to schedule a vote in the Senate Health, Human Services, Medicaid committee to improve patient quality of life!

National

Ask your lawmakers to include the quality of life bill in the opioid legislation that is currently moving forward in Congress. Combining our bill with the opioid legislation will increase patient access to the type of care that can effectively diagnose and treat pain.

Combining our bill with the opioid legislation will increase patient access to the type of care that can effectively diagnose and treat pain. It’s good for our nation, and great for cancer patients and survivors.

Idaho

Would you like to become a volunteer advocate for the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network?

Idaho

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.

Virginia

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...

See how much you know (and even a learn a little) with our fun quiz hosted by superstar volunteer George Blough.

Oklahoma

Save the Date for Monday, April 16, 2018. Event begins at 9:30 am Embassy Suites Oklahoma City Downtown Medical Center 741 North Phillips Avenue Oklahoma City, OK 73104 Join other cancer advocates at the Oklahoma State Capitol as we make cancer a legislative priority. ACS CAN will be working to...

We need to improve the quality of life for cancer patients both during treatment and into survivorship. And we know one way to do it. How?

South Dakota

Palliative care improves the quality of life for cancer patients and their families by treating the person as well as the disease, at any age and any stage in treatment. We need South Dakota lawmakers to create a state advisory committee on palliative care to improve access to this kind of care.