The federal government and hundreds of stakeholder representatives from public, non-profit, academic and corporate groups come together for a week of activity each year.
Starting today, insurance plans will be required to cover preventative women’s health screenings without charging a copay or counting towards a deductible.
We will be holding our first-ever LIVESTRONG Live telephone town hall tomorrow, Tuesday, July 24 …
Our amazing advocates hit The Hill last week to request funding for cancer research, prevention and support programs.
“Cancer is a serious problem and should be taken seriously by our representatives. Too many survivors don’t get the help that they need but with government support we can bring the issues to light and fix them.”
Today, President Obama signed the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act into law. …
LIVESTRONG has 29 advocates and 3 staff members in DC right now taking part in One Voice Against Cancer- an important lobbying day for the cancer community. Here is one advocate’s story.
LIVESTRONG is proud to be one of the 15 organizations to make up OVAC- One Voice Against Cancer.
by Doug Ulman
The following is an official statement just released from our CEO Doug Ulman regarding the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation’s Director of Public Policy, Loyce Pace-Bass, discusses what is at stake for people affected by cancer.