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  • Accelerate cures and save lives – support the 21st Century Cures initiative!

    Goal:
    3,000 5,000 signatures

    Deadline:
    September 30,
    the last day of Blood Cancer Awareness Month

    Health care research is advancing at a rapid pace – now we need to eliminate unnecessary hurdles and make sure new treatments can get to patients quickly.

    The House Energy and Commerce Committee's 21st Century Cures initiative is working to accelerate the pace of cures and medical breakthroughs in the United States. By updating the drug approval process for today's world, we can close the gap between the science of cures and the way cancer therapies are regulated, we can ensure that patients' voices are represented during the drug development process, and we can create incentives for the development of tests to advance precision medicine

    Stand with LLS on behalf of all the patients who will benefit from getting faster access to cures for blood cancer and other diseases – sign our message of support now!

  • Accelerate cures and save lives – support the 21st Century Cures initiative!

    Goal:
    3,000 5,000 signatures

    Deadline:
    September 30,
    the last day of Blood Cancer Awareness Month

    Health care research is advancing at a rapid pace – now we need to eliminate unnecessary hurdles and make sure new treatments can get to patients quickly.

    The House Energy and Commerce Committee's 21st Century Cures initiative is working to accelerate the pace of cures and medical breakthroughs in the United States. By updating the drug approval process for today's world, we can close the gap between the science of cures and the way cancer therapies are regulated, we can ensure that patients' voices are represented during the drug development process, and we can create incentives for the development of tests to advance precision medicine

    Stand with LLS on behalf of all the patients who will benefit from getting faster access to cures for blood cancer and other diseases – sign our message of support now!

  • Accelerate cures and save lives – support the 21st Century Cures initiative!

    Goal:
    3,000 5,000 signatures

    Deadline:
    September 30,
    the last day of Blood Cancer Awareness Month

    Health care research is advancing at a rapid pace – now we need to eliminate unnecessary hurdles and make sure new treatments can get to patients quickly.

    The House Energy and Commerce Committee's 21st Century Cures initiative is working to accelerate the pace of cures and medical breakthroughs in the United States. By updating the drug approval process for today's world, we can close the gap between the science of cures and the way cancer therapies are regulated, we can ensure that patients' voices are represented during the drug development process, and we can create incentives for the development of tests to advance precision medicine

    Stand with LLS on behalf of all the patients who will benefit from getting faster access to cures for blood cancer and other diseases – sign our message of support now!

  • Pennsylvanians: We Need Your Help

    Ask your legislator to support HB2471, Oral Chemo Parity!

    Far too many Pennsylvania patients cannot afford the anti-cancer medications they need because oral treatments often have significantly higher out-of-pocket insurance costs to the patient than those administered intravenously (IV).

    However, HB2471, the Oral Chemo Parity Bill, would put much-needed treatment back in the hands of PA’s cancer patients by prohibiting health insurers from charging a high coinsurance payment for oral anticancer medication, ensuring patients can access the treatment prescribed to them.

    The vote is expected to occur in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, September 23, 2014. Can we count on your help to make sure that it gets the support it needs to pass?

    Click here to urge your state legislator to support this crucial bill that will improve the lives of cancer patients across Pennsylvania. (Please note: you will need to log in to take action.)

  • Accelerate cures and save lives – support the 21st Century Cures initiative!

    Goal:
    3,000 5,000 signatures

    Deadline:
    September 30,
    the last day of Blood Cancer Awareness Month

    Health care research is advancing at a rapid pace – now we need to eliminate unnecessary hurdles and make sure new treatments can get to patients quickly.

    The House Energy and Commerce Committee's 21st Century Cures initiative is working to accelerate the pace of cures and medical breakthroughs in the United States. By updating the drug approval process for today's world, we can close the gap between the science of cures and the way cancer therapies are regulated, we can ensure that patients' voices are represented during the drug development process, and we can create incentives for the development of tests to advance precision medicine

    Stand with LLS on behalf of all the patients who will benefit from getting faster access to cures for blood cancer and other diseases – sign our message of support now!

  • Thank your legislator for voting yes on SB 1052, and ask the Governor to sign the bill into law

    The California State Legislature has passed Senate Bill 1052! We would like to thank our patients, advocates, and all of you who supported formulary transparency by contacting your legislators!  You are an integral part of our success.

    Whether you helped by emailing your state representative or visiting them in person, your efforts are very much noticed and, most of all appreciated!  Please take a moment and thank you representative for their support of SB 1052.

    Governor Jerry Brown has been sent SB 1052 for his signature or veto. This legislation will create a one-stop shop for consumers and help to make the insurance process an easier place to navigate for blood cancer patients.  We encourage you to contact the Governor's office and urge him to sign SB 1052 into law.

    The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society appreciates your time, hard work and dedication. We hope you can continue to lead the way in advocacy for those living with blood cancer.

  • Accelerate cures and save lives – support the 21st Century Cures initiative!

    Goal:
    3,000 5,000 signatures

    Deadline:
    September 30,
    the last day of Blood Cancer Awareness Month

    Health care research is advancing at a rapid pace – now we need to eliminate unnecessary hurdles and make sure new treatments can get to patients quickly.

    The House Energy and Commerce Committee's 21st Century Cures initiative is working to accelerate the pace of cures and medical breakthroughs in the United States. By updating the drug approval process for today's world, we can close the gap between the science of cures and the way cancer therapies are regulated, we can ensure that patients' voices are represented during the drug development process, and we can create incentives for the development of tests to advance precision medicine

    Stand with LLS on behalf of all the patients who will benefit from getting faster access to cures for blood cancer and other diseases – sign our message of support now!

  • Make sure patients in CA can access care, regardless of network limits

    Patients dealing with cancer shouldn’t also have to worry about which of their doctors are “in network.”

    But today, more and more blood cancer patients – including many here in California – are finding it harder to get their treatments because of network limits.  Network restrictions can force patients to leave the trusted doctors they’ve been going to for years or make it more difficult to get new treatments, sometimes resulting in dangerous delays.

    A new bill in the state assembly (AB 2533) could fix this by requiring heath plans and insurers to provide timely and accessible medical coverage, using out-of-network doctors and hospitals if necessary, at no additional cost to the patient.

    No one should be turned away from a doctor or hospital because they’re not “in network”.  And patients shouldn’t be forced to leave their doctors and specialists after years of support just to save money.

    This legislation would ensure that even while health plans and insurers work to reduce costs, blood cancer patients and others can retain the same coverage they’ve had in the past.  Your letter can influence your Assemblymember’s vote on this critical issue – send your letter today! 

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. As a Team in Training supporter, you are already working to save lives – now, raise your voice and help even more cancer patients survive.

    Join LLS's Access Team to pass crucial legislation that will advance cures and improve access to treatment.

    Send your letter to Congress today!

  • Bring the Massachusetts Specialty Tiers bill to a vote by tomorrow!

    When a life-saving cancer medication falls into a "specialty tier," cancer patients often see the cost of that medication skyrocket, costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month for a single drug. No patient should have to choose between paying for their cancer medication or paying for basic necessities.  

    There’s a bill pending in the state house that would limit the total amount that insurers may require patients to pay each year for their medications. But there’s not much time left to get the bill to the governor’s desk. Urge your representative to ensure that S.2293 receives a vote immediately.  Patients can’t afford to wait. 

  • Connecticut lawmakers have just improved access to treatment: help us show our community’s gratitude!

    For many cancer patients, every day is a battle. From the moment of diagnosis, patients rightfully want to know that they will have access to the treatment plan determined by their medical team to offer the greatest clinical benefit. That’s why we fought for a new law that’s just been enacted in Connecticut, improving the safety of an insurance practice called step therapy. 

    Step therapy is a coverage restriction that insurers commonly use to help control spending on certain drugs. While step therapy can be safe and effective, it can cause patient harm if not used appropriately. Thanks to this new law, patients and their health care providers will have options available when a step therapy protocol prevents access to a medically-necessary treatment.

    Please help us thank key state lawmakers for this important policy change!

  • Thank the new co-sponsors of the Patients’ Access to Treatments Act for their leadership

    As we continue to fight against "specialty tiers" drug pricing that puts essential medications out of reach for cancer patients, we want to recognize the Congressional leaders who have recently signed onto HR 460, the Patients' Access to Treatments Act. We have had a 23 percent increase in support since Advocacy Day – a direct reflection of how your letters, calls, personal stories, and in-person meetings helped encourage this support.

    Please thank these new co-sponsors today!

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. As a Light The Night supporter, you are already working to save lives – now, raise your voice and help even more cancer patients survive.

    Join LLS's Access Team to pass crucial legislation that will advance cures and improve access to treatment.

    Send your letter to Congress today!

  • Bring the Patients’ Access to Treatment Act to a vote!

    When a life-saving cancer medication falls into a "specialty tier," cancer patients often see the cost of that medication skyrocket – costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars per month for a single drug.

    No patient should have to choose between paying for their cancer medication and paying for basic necessities. The Patients' Access to Treatment Act would require private health plans to limit patient costs for specialty tier drugs, and help cancer patients access the treatment they need to survive.

    There are 127 members of Congress who have signed on as a cosponsor of this bill: now, tell the House Subcommittee on Health to take the next step by bringing the Patients’ Access to Treatment Act to a vote.

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  • Ask your Representative and Senator to Vote “YES” on HB 609 – The Cancer Treatment Fairness Act with a $100 cap

    Far too many North Carolinians cannot afford the anti-cancer treatment they need because oral and other patient-administered drugs are not covered equally by their insurance companies.

    But HB 609 – the Cancer Treatment Fairness Act, would put much-needed treatment back in the hands of North Carolina’s cancer patients by requiring insurance companies to cover patient-administered and physician-administered cancer treatments equally.

    We need your help to get this this bill to be heard in the next seven days!
       Can we count on your help to make sure that it gets the support it needs to pass?

    Click below to urge your state Representative and Senator to ask them to vote YES on this crucial bill that will improve the lives of cancer patients across North Carolina.  (Please note: you will need to log in to take action.)

    Ask your legislators to allow this bill to be heard in the Senate and to support this bill by reducing the cap to $100 and vote yes on the amended bill.  (NOTE: The current bill language has the cap at $300 which is still too expensive for cancer patients, so they won’t be able to afford their medications with this high cap.)

    North Carolina’s State Employees Health Plan places a $100 cap on oral anti-cancer medications.   A $100 oral chemotherapy medication cap will provide fairness for all cancer patients, so that they are treated on the same level playing field of protections as legislators and state employees.

    Cancer patients don’t have time to wait.  They need help now.  Lives are at stake and there’s no time to spare.”

  • Ask your Representative to Vote “YES” on SB 99!

    Far too many Ohioans cannot afford the anti-cancer they need because oral and other patient-administered drugs are not covered equally by their insurance companies.

    But SB 99, would put much-needed treatment back in the hands of Ohio’s cancer patients by requiring insurance companies to cover patient-administered and physician-administered cancer treatments equally.

    The House floor vote is expected on Wednesday, June 4th. Can we count on your help to make sure that it gets the support it needs to pass?
    Click below to urge your state representative to ask them to vote YES on this crucial bill that will improve the lives of cancer patients across Ohio. (Please note: you will need to log in to take action.)

  • Urgent: Ask your Assemblymember to vote YES on two crucial bills

    Please take action today to increase access to life-saving treatments for blood cancer patients.

    For blood cancer patients who take medications on an ongoing basis, it is critical to closely evaluate details of a health plan's drug coverage. Within the commercial insurance market, drug formularies are inaccessible and often incomplete.  The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society believes additional advocacy and awareness are needed to ensure patients have access to information about their healthcare coverage.

    A recently introduced bill, SB 1052, would ensure much-needed transparency for California’s cancer patients. This bill would improve the lives of cancer patients and their families by requiring that all commercial insurance plans provide consumers with a direct URL link to the drug formulary for each health plan and the cost sharing associated with a particular drug.

    Medi-Cal patients who need an allogeneic bone marrow or stem cell transplant face significant barriers to getting the care they need. Currently, a Medi-Cal patient’s doctor can request a 12-month medical exemption so that they can be seen by a transplant specialist in a transplant hospital. As you know, 12 months is often not long enough to get appropriate transplant follow-up care.

    SB 986 would enable Medi-Cal patients to get an additional 12-month extension after an allogeneic bone marrow or stem cell transplant so they can have the continuous, coordinated care they need after receiving this complex, life-saving treatment.

    Your Assemblymember's support is crucial to the success of these bills that would increase access to life-saving treatments for cancer patients across California.

  • Thank our champions in the FL Legislature

    Thank you for championing the Step Therapy (aka “Fail First”) bill with LLS during the 2014 Florida legislative session.

    Of the approximate 2000 bills filed this session, only 258 actually passed. Unfortunately, the Step Therapy bill was not one of them.
    Leading up to and during session, we all worked very hard on this bill. We should feel proud of the awareness we were able to raise among our legislators about this insurance cost-control measure that has affected many patients in Florida.

    While the 2014 session has come to an end, our advocacy on behalf of blood cancer patients continues.

    We should take a moment to give a special thanks to those legislators who supported the Step Therapy/Fail First bill along the way:  the bill introducers, FL Representative Jason Brodeur, and Florida Senator Denise Grimsley; the members of the FL house Banking & Insurance Committee; and the FL Senators.

    Please take this opportunity to thank them today>>

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  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Act Now to Protect a Patient's Right to Treatment in LA

    Louisiana House Bill 1254, the Patient Right to Treatment Act, is scheduled for a Senate floor vote next week, after unanimous approval from the Louisiana House of Representatives. This bill would protect patients with terminal conditions like cancer from being unfairly denied treatment based upon their expected length of life. 

    Unfortunately, last year, Oregon began denying treatment to Medicaid recipients based upon their expected length of life, and we want to be sure that practice does not expand to Louisiana, which has a long history of strong patient protections. The Senate passage of this measure is an important step in safeguarding Louisiana patients’ access to treatment, especially at a time when innovation in cancer cures is happening every day.

    Help secure this bill's passage by emailing your Senator today!

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Make Sure HB 943 Truly Helps Patients

    Last week the Georgia House passed HB 943, which imposes a $200 out-of-pocket cap, for patients taking oral anticancer treatments. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF), the National Patient Advocate Foundation (NPAF), and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) oppose HB 943 and are calling on the Senate Insurance and Labor Committee to amend HB 943 to a $50 cap. 

    LLS works on oral anticancer treatment bills across the country and passing this law will not properly help all the cancer patients in Georgia.  This limited bill will also negatively impact the 21 states that have yet to implement similar legislation.

    You can help stop this bad policy from becoming law by contacting members of the Senate Insurance Committee right now!

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Stand with cancer patients: advance cures and improve access to life-saving therapies!

    Tens of thousands of people will be diagnosed with cancer this week. Your voice now can help more of them survive.

    This spring, LLS patient-advocates will be on Capitol Hill working to support research towards cures and improve access to treatment. There is legislation in Congress that, if passed, could make a huge difference for cancer patients and their families.

    • The Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act (S. 1365/ H.R. 2827) will ensure that seniors with cancer can access the medications they need without being held back by insurance companies' restrictive "specialty tiers" drug designations.
    • The Patients' Access to Treatments Act would end harmful "specialty tiers" drug pricing that makes it harder for patients to afford the treatments they need – ending this practice would give patients the treatments they need to survive.

    Advance cures and improve access – declare it by sending your letter to Congress today, and we'll personally deliver your name to Congress on May 7th.

  • Ask your Representative to Vote “YES” on SB668!

     

  • End Childhood Cancer: Support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act


    Each year, 13,500 children are diagnosed with cancer. We can help them.

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act would take the revenue from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and reassign it to fund a 10-year NIH study to improve treatments for childhood cancer, diabetes, and many other pediatric diseases.

    Recently, this promising bill passed the House with strong bipartisan support. Now we need to encourage Senate Majority Leader Reid to bring Kids First to a vote on the Senate floor. Fill out the fields below to ask your Senators to urge Senator Reid to make Kids First a top priority.

  • End Childhood Cancer: Support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act


    Each year, 13,500 children are diagnosed with cancer. We can help them.

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act would take the revenue from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and reassign it to fund a 10-year NIH study to improve treatments for childhood cancer, diabetes, and many other pediatric diseases.

    Recently, this promising bill passed the House with strong bipartisan support. Now we need to encourage Senate Majority Leader Reid to bring Kids First to a vote on the Senate floor. Fill out the fields below to ask your Senators to urge Senator Reid to make Kids First a top priority.

  • End Childhood Cancer: Support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act


    Each year, 13,500 children are diagnosed with cancer. We can help them.

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act would take the revenue from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and reassign it to fund a 10-year NIH study to improve treatments for childhood cancer, diabetes, and many other pediatric diseases.

    Recently, this promising bill passed the House with strong bipartisan support. Now we need to encourage Senate Majority Leader Reid to bring Kids First to a vote on the Senate floor. Fill out the fields below to ask your Senators to urge Senator Reid to make Kids First a top priority.

  • End Childhood Cancer: Support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act


    Each year, 13,500 children are diagnosed with cancer. We can help them.

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act would take the revenue from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and reassign it to fund a 10-year NIH study to improve treatments for childhood cancer, diabetes, and many other pediatric diseases.

    Recently, this promising bill passed the House with strong bipartisan support. Now we need to encourage Senate Majority Leader Reid to bring Kids First to a vote on the Senate floor. Fill out the fields below to ask your Senators to urge Senator Reid to make Kids First a top priority.

  • End Childhood Cancer: Support the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act


    Each year, 13,500 children are diagnosed with blood cancer. We can help them.

    The Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act would take the revenue from the Presidential Election Campaign Fund and reassign it to fund a 10-year NIH study to improve treatments for childhood cancer, diabetes, and many other pediatric diseases.

    Recently, this promising bill passed the House with strong bipartisan support. Now we need to encourage Senate Majority Leader Reid to bring Kids First to a vote on the Senate floor. Fill out the fields below to ask your Senators to urge Senator Reid to make Kids First a top priority.

  • Urge Missouri elected officials to pass fair and equal treatment coverage for all cancer patients

    Cancer patients and their families need updated laws and more support to live better, longer lives. Not someday, but today.

    Join The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) in urging Missouri elected officials to pass fair and equal treatment coverage for all cancer patients in 2014. 
    Add your name now to help to convince our elected officials to make access to the most clinically appropriate care and improving the lives of cancer patients a top priority. 
  • Help elderly cancer patients access their medications

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    Seniors across the country are signing up for Medicare plans right now – but what they don't know really could hurt them. Part D plans are increasingly moving life-saving drugs, including those used to treat cancers, into "specialty tiers," saddling patients with staggering co-insurance fees just to get the treatments they need.

    Enter the Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act, a promising, new, bi-partisan bill that would allow patients a chance to appeal this "specialty tiers" designation, giving seniors battling cancer and other chronic illnesses a way to access the medications they need.

    We need more co-sponsors to move this bill forward – urge your members of Congress to sign on now!

last updated on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
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