FORCE advocates for families facing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer in areas such as access to care, research funding and insurance and privacy.
Introduction to Advocacy
Advocacy can involve passing out flyers at an event, giving a talk or writing an article about cancer. Read about the different ways you can advocate for people facing hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Legislative and other items that require member action.
Reports on FORCE's advocacy work in Washington, DC.
Other Advocacy Resources
Other organizations and websites with a focus on advocacy.
Advocacy Sign Up
Let us know if you are interested in representing FORCE, the high-risk community, or those affected by hereditary cancer on an advisory panel, conference or other event.
SPOKES Partner Organizations
FORCE values working in partnership with other nonprofit groups toward mutual goals. These partnerships can help us all achieve our goals sooner.
FORCE Research Advocate Training (FRAT) Program
Research advocacy is a critical activity for the hereditary breast and ovarian cancer community. The FRAT Program aims to educate and empower consumers to become engaged in research advocacy to ensure the unique interests of those affected by HBOC are adequately represented in cancer research, drug development, etc.
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