Breast and Cervical Cancer Actions


Friday, December 2nd 9:00 AM EST Please join us on Friday, December 2, 2022 at 9AM for a discussion focusing on patient access to increase cancer screening rates, with an emphasis on helping ensure that everyone in the United States equitably benefits from the tools available to prevent, detect, treat...


With the help of advocates like you, we had some great successes in this years Missouri legislative session. We were able to: Protect our kids by increasing funding by $2.5 million to our state’s tobacco control program. This is a crucial step to keep kids from starting to use tobacco...


Volunteers are the heart of ACS CAN. Let’s stay connected this summer and make a difference for cancer patients.

Breast cancer has surpassed lung cancer as the leading cause of death among Black women as of 2019. Tell Congress that every woman deserves access to lifesaving mammograms.


The National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP) is a critical safety net to ensure that all eligible individuals – no matter where they live or how little money they make – can get a free or inexpensive breast or cervical cancer screening. But today, the program doesn’t have enough funding to serve everyone who needs it.


The Mary Brogan Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program provides access to breast and cervical cancer screenings for underinsured & uninsured women, and all Floridian women should have access to preventative cancer screenings regardless of their insurance status. State lawmakers are considering leaving funding for Mary Brogan at a...


It’s a health emergency on top of a health emergency As our battle with COVID-19 continues, we must do everything in our power to keep our communities healthy and safe—which includes access to preventative cancer screenings. The Mary Brogan Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program provides access to breast...

South Carolina

It’s time we physically head back to the SC State House to make sure our elected officials know that cancer hasn’t stopped during the pandemic and neither have we stopped advocating for cancer prevention and early detection, protection against tobacco, and access to care for everyone.


We want to start the New Year off strong in the Sunshine State, but we need your help to flex our “muscle”. You see, YOU are our muscle. We don’t give money or endorsements to lawmakers. Our power lies solely in the voices of our advocates. ...


Screenings save lives. But, even today, too many women don't have access to lifesaving breast and cervical cancer screenings, like mammograms and Pap tests. Uninsured and underinsured women have lower screening rates for mammograms, resulting in a greater risk of being diagnosed at a later, more advanced stage of disease...