4.27.2006

Take action, please!

My email went out at 7 this morning. How about yours?

Go here to contact your own Senators. It takes two minutes.

U.S. SENATE TO ELIMINATE GUARANTEED COVERAGE FOR MAMMOGRAMS & CANCER SCREENINGS

CONTACT YOUR SENATORS NOW!!!

Dear Keri ,

The U.S. Senate is about to eliminate guaranteed insurance coverage for mammograms and other vital cancer screenings.

As an advocacy volunteer, your help is needed to stop them. Imagine getting your mammogram or colonoscopy and then being told your insurance company refuses to cover it.

Email your senators right now. It only takes two minutes. Please do it now since the vote could happen at any time.

The bill your senators will vote on is S. 1955. If passed, insurance companies would no longer have to cover mammograms and other life-saving cancer screenings.

Insurance coverage for all of these cancer screenings and more are at risk of being lost: Mammograms - Colonoscopies - Pam smears - Prostate cancer screenings - Clinical trial participation - Off-label drug use - And more ...

Call Your Senator at 888-NOW-I-CAN

or Email Your Senators

Tell them to SAVE MAMMOGRAMS and OPPOSE S.1955

Your senators need to hear from you - their constituent - that this bill is unacceptable.

Senators really are influenced by what they hear from their constituents. If they don't hear from you, they will assume that you just don't care. We know this is not the case. That is why we ask you to select this link to email them right now.

It is time for Congress to take another step toward preventing cancer and increasing the chance of survivorship for cancer patients. Let your senator know that guaranteed insurance coverage for mammograms and other cancer screenings is an important issue to you and the cancer community.

Email them right now and tell them to oppose S. 1955.

After you send your email, visit our Save Mammograms campaign page to learn more about this campaign and what else you can do to help save mammograms and other cancer screenings.

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