- HR1903, the Post Prostate Cancer Treatment Equity Act
- Unfortunately, it is becoming common for private insurance companies to deny post-surgical, reconstructive care for prostate cancer survivors. CAPU has been working to ensure that patients who will benefit from an implantable prosthetic device have access to this therapy.
One way to ensure that patients are provided this important benefit is to establish a mandate at the federal level, similar to the mandate that was established by women who are breast cancer survivors and require reconstructive surgery post mastectomy.
HR1903, the Post Prostate Cancer Treatment Equity Act, requires insurance companies to provide prosthetic urology procedures.
- Send a Message to your Congressman or U.S. Senator
- Members of Congress listen and respond to their constituents.
Email provides a very effective tool for quickly and efficiently communicating a personal position to your Congressional Delegation. CAPU would like to facilitate this communication by providing you a simple way to send your Representatives a personalized message. These messages are intended to be a draft. Feel free to use them or build your own message. In addition, here are some key talking points on HR1903 to spark your thoughts.
The website’s advocacy tool will link you directly to your Representative when you provide your zip code. Finalize your message and press the Send button. It is as simple as that!
Please take a minute to make your voice heard and help advocate for HR1903, the Post Prostate Cancer Treatment Equity Act.
If you are interested in learning more about CAPU advocacy, please
contact the CAPU Executive
Administrator, Gail Daubert.
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