Making cancer an issue

Posted on by Randy Botti

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All year long, ACS CAN pounds the pavement in Washington DC, lobbying lawmakers to make cancer a national priority. 

So where do the candidates stand on issues that matter to us, like increasing funding for cancer research? 

Last week, we shared with you the questions that ACS CAN has been asking candidates across the nation along with some tips for talking to the candidates. 

Were you able to reach your candidates? If so, tell us how it went.

If not, there’s still time. 

Review our questions and see the tips. Then, spend a few minutes to call or email your candidates for the U.S. House or Senate. 

Let’s get them on the record now on the lifesaving issues that are important to cancer patients, survivors and their families. By getting their answers now, we can hold them accountable once they are elected.

Together, we can get the answers and the results we want from our elected officials, and then put an end to this terrible disease. 

Thank you for all that you do in the fight against cancer. 

Brian Rubenstein 



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