There’s no shortage of issues that need fixing and the first instinct for many childhood cancer advocates is to look to Washington. But many issues affecting children with cancer and their families are best addressed, with more impact, at the state and local level.
Fortunately, there are scores of childhood cancer advocates working in state capitals, pushing for better treatments, access and care for patients, families and survivors. Unfortunately, they’re often working alone or with limited resources. To support those advocates, Children’s Cause has launched a state advocacy program offering “air cover” and coordination to those working in their state capitals…Read More