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Millions Are Losing Medicaid Coverage. If You’re On Medicaid, Here’s What You Should Do Today.

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Congress passed legislation requiring state Medicaid programs to keep people enrolled through the end of the public health emergency (PHE). This requirement ended in the spring, and many states started the process of unenrolling individuals over the late spring and early summer. Unfortunately, as of late […]

Many Lives Still Left Behind: What Breast Cancer Needs Now 

What the new USPSTF draft recommendations mean, and how we can help  By Victoria Wolodzko Smart, senior vice president of mission at Susan G. Komen  The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recently released their updated draft recommendations for breast cancer screening, which is a meaningful step in the right direction. On behalf of all of […]

Equal Access to High-Quality Care Critical for People at High Risk of Breast Cancer

When Janice Parker’s mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, she saw the family rule take full effect – “what happens in the home, stays in the home.” Her family did not discuss the diagnosis with anyone – not even their closest relatives. Janice’s aunt never knew she was at a higher risk of breast cancer due to her family history because no one ever told her.