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In case you weren’t aware, today is election day. There are many issues on ballots all over the country that will impact the cancer community. While much of election law is well established, we are coming across confusing and sometimes incorrect information online. Because people...

Your vote matters – decisions are made by those who show up. It is our civic duty to cast our vote for the people we want to represent us and support issues that we care about. In our democracy, we get to have a say about...

Triage Cancer recently sent a letter of support for the Cancer Drug Parity Act 2019, which would reduce health care costs for cancer patients by requiring insurance companies to cover orally administered chemotherapy drugs in the same way as intravenous (IV) chemotherapy. Oral chemo often...

As patient leaders and advocates, we’re happy to share that 16 Members of Congress have signed on as co-sponsors of the CLINICAL TREATMENT Act (H.R. 913), which would guarantee coverage of the routine care costs of clinical trial participation for Medicaid enrollees with a life-threatening...

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer you might find the following tips from cancer survivor, Shrenik Shah, both helpful and inspiring. Shrenik is from India and was diagnosed with cancer of the vocal chords, thus leading to a laryngectomy. After beating cancer at 21 years...