NBCC Leaders Plan Full-Court Press During August Congressional Recess
NBCC grassroots leaders will be out in full force during the recess, visiting lawmakers’ district offices, townhall meetings, and community events to encourage immediate action on the t. To date, the bill has garnered 173 bipartisan cosponsors in the House and continues to build momentum in the Senate.
Want to be part of the action? Take a moment to ask your own congressional representatives to support this critical legislation.
More Organizations Pledge Support to Metastatic Bill
Nearly 20 organizations recently joined our growing list of Metastatic Breast Cancer Access to Care Act supporters. They represent thousands of breast cancer and health advocates working toward a wide range of national, state, and local interests—and their voices are key to building support for the legislation in Congress.
Should your organization be on this list? Sign on here!
Remembering Dr. Susan Love
In The Cancer Letter, NBCC President Fran Visco honors her friend and NBCC cofounder Dr. Susan Love, highlighting her life, legacy, and pivotal role in changing the national conversation about breast cancer.
Join NBCC’s Board of Directors—Applications Due July 31
Apply to serve on the Board of Directors for a three-year term beginning January 2024. The board reflects the geographic, constituent, and political diversity that is breast cancer and brings unique perspectives to NBCC’s public policy and legislative initiatives.
Interested organizations must submit a completed application no later than Monday, July 31. To request an application packet, please email Michelle Wheeler.
Support NBCC’s Public Policy Work Today
NBCC increases federal funding for breast cancer research, expands access to quality health care, and works to create breast cancer health care policy and system change. Join us, and thousands of NBCC members and advocates, in our work to ensure breast cancer remains a priority for federal and state policymakers. Become a member or make a gift today.
All memberships and gifts made to the National Breast Cancer Coalition’s 501(c)4 are NOT tax-deductible. Financial information about our tax-deductible arm, the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund, can be obtained by contacting us at 2001 L Street, NW, Suite 500 PMB #50111, Washington, DC 20036, or by calling 800-622-2838.