The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Office of Public Policy advocates on behalf of—and with—blood cancer patients and their families, to make change that will address the serious burdens of these diseases. Join thousands of other advocates to see how your story can create meaningful change.
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What does the office of public policy do?
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Office of Public Policy (OPP) supports a policy agenda aimed at accelerating the development of new treatments for cancer and breaking down the barriers to care that patients often encounter.
Reining in the Cost of Care Across the Healthcare System
Advances in blood cancer therapy are having a dramatic impact on the range of treatments available to patients, but high costs put these treatments out of reach for many patients.
Letters and Comments to Policymakers
LLS statements and letters advancing our policy agenda.