CancerCare CEO Addresses ACA Repeal Efforts

In a r ecent article for The Cancer Letter, Cancer Care  CEO
Patricia Goldsmith expresses concern about efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act:

"Given the high cost of cancer treatment, many individuals, even if they had an insurance plan option, would have no coverage for their future cancer treatment. That's about as bad as it gets."

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CancerCare Social Workers Attend White House Meeting

Four members of Cancer Care were invited to participate in a morning of roundtable discussions at the White House on January 11. 

Ellen Miller-Sonet, Chief Strategy and Alliance Officer at Cancer Care, highlights key insights from the meeting. Her analysis provides an overview of the most pressing issues in oncology: access disparities, survivorship concerns, clinical trials and the need for comprehensive patient support.

New Online Support Groups
CancerCare's online support groups are open to new members! We have 32 groups running this session. Here are just a few:

Measuring CancerCare's Impact
For more than 70 years, Cancer Care has been committed to being the first place to turn for anyone affected by cancer, and it is thanks to you - our donors, volunteers and friends - that we continue to realize this mission.

Because of your support, last year Cancer Care provided services to 180,000 people affected by cancer in all 50 states. And that's just the beginning.

Save the Date: Spring Events

Join us at upcoming events in Connecticut and New York to support Cancer Care's free, professional support services.


April 2: Greenwich Walk/Run for Hope, Greenwich, CT


April 26: CancerCare Gala at Cipriani, New York, NY


May 7TD Five Boro Bike Tour, New York, NY


Leading Experts Discuss Important Cancer Topics

Make sure you've signed up for our upcoming Connect Education Workshops !  These free workshops  provide the latest cancer information  straight from  leading experts, via phone or online. At the end of the workshop, you'll have a chance to ask the experts your own questions.

CancerCare Social Workers Featured on AOSW Webinars

We're excited to share that three of CancerCare's oncology social workers will present on upcoming webinars hosted by the Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW).

AOSW webinars are for social workers, patient navigators, administrators, human service professionals and students. Participants have the opportunity to earn 1.5 Continuing Education (CE) credits.


Cancer Care ® is the leading national organization dedicated to providing free, professional support services including counseling, support groups, educational workshops, publications and financial assistance to anyone affected by cancer. All Cancer Care services are provided by oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.

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