Advocacy

FORCE advocates for families facing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in areas such as access to care, research funding, insurance, and privacy.

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Opportunities sometimes arise for cancer advocates to sit on advisory panels or to represent our constituency. Also, as FORCE grows, we have more and more requests to exhibit at conferences. We're compiling a list of members who might be interested in representing FORCE or representing the high-risk community or those affected by hereditary cancer. For more information see our Introduction to advocacy page.

If you are interested, please enter your email address below and click the "GO" button. FORCE respects your privacy and will not share your information with any third parties. This list is for FORCE's use only. Should an advocacy or conference opportunity arise, we would contact you and ask your permission to pass on your information.

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The FORCE Research Advocate Training (FRAT) Program is a basic educational course aimed at preparing people to become engaged in research advocacy on behalf of the hereditary breast and ovarian cancer community.

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