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At the heart of the National Cancer Plan is the idea that everyone has a role in ending cancer as we know it.

But no single group or person can do this alone. To succeed, federal agencies, industry, universities, advocacy groups, nonprofits, and individual people must work together to share knowledge, solve problems, remove barriers, and bring about meaningful change.


National Cancer Plan Stakeholder Meeting
Convened by the President's Cancer Panel
Thursday, September 7, 2023
View a recording of the meeting.

Cancer Cabinet Meeting
Convened by President Biden and First Lady Biden
Wednesday, September 13, 2023
Read remarks by the President and First Lady.
Read a White House Fact Sheet on new actions and commitments in support of the Cancer Moonshot.

Are you ready to contribute to progress against cancer?

Here are steps to take now to join the effort:

Community Responses

The National Cancer Plan has received an outpouring of support from across the cancer community. Check out these statements of support and ongoing efforts:

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