ICAN Lobby

ICAN has numerous lobbying and legislative projects that can be tailored to your interests, time, and talents.

Help our grassroots efforts on cancer issues by contacting your federal and state representatives.

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House of Representative
Committee Assignments
Committee Assignments
Healthcare Issues and
Cancer Care by State;
Delegations by State
Oral Chemo Map of States that have passed oral access legislation
Health Disparities and Increasing Diversity
in Cancer Clinical Trials

bulletICAN's Allied or Umbrella Organizations

We work closely with the following organizations on legislative, grassroots, and/or public education activities.
Click on their respective logos to learn more about these organizations and how ICAN works with them.

National Cancer Institute American Society of
Clinical Oncology
Alliance for a
Stronger FDA
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NCCR Alliance for Safe Biologics Rally for Medical Research
National Coalition for
Cancer Research
Alliance for Safe
Biologic Medicines
Rally For Medical Research
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The Partnership to
Improve Patient Care
Alliance for
Aging Research
Friends of the National
Institute on Aging
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Industry Organization
Oncology Nurses Society Oral Chemotherapies
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Arizona Cancer Coalition Education Network to
Advance Cancer
Clinical Trials
US Oncology
Personalized Medicine Coalition logo CAMR CCCG
Personalized Medicine
Coalition for the
Advancement of
Medical Research
Coalition of Cancer
Cooperative Groups


We also work with pharmaceutical companies that seek to expand or protect patient access to anticancer drugs.

Please call us at 602-618-0183 if you would like to volunteer as a lobbyist, a drafter of potential legislation, or as a grassroots activist on issues that will advance the War on Cancer. Or you may send an email to our ICAN Government Affairs Director at grassroots@askican.org expressing your desire to volunteer in the following areas: (1) drafting legislation; (2) grassroots activism in your state; (3) grassroots activism at the federal level; (4) lobbying Members of Congress or members of your state legislature on cancer issues; and/or (5) researching and tracking legislation of interest to ICAN.

Thanks in advance!