Archive for Advocacy

The LGBT organizations working with Jackson Health System on this effort included the Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth, CenterLink, Equality Florida, Florida Together, Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Lambda Legal, Miami Workers’ Center, Out with Cancer, Pride Center at Equality Park, SAVE Dade, and the Transgender Equality Rights Initiative. Read More→

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Some clinical trials financed by the US federal government and pharmaceutical labs exclude gay and lesbian participants, according to a study published Wednesday. Read More→

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A national prostate cancer nonprofit is promoting a very macho prostate cancer campaign: Read More→

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New Jersey Wives Prostate Cancer Calendar  is raising anger from gay men with prostate cancer.   Read More→

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Out With Cancer is profoundly disappointed and fearful about the dismissal of Langbehn vs. Jackson Memorial Hospital by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Read More→

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Kristin Orbin and Teresa Rowe, partner of over 3 years, were participating in the Meet in the Middle for Equality march in Fresno, California on Saturday, May 30 when Orbin collapsed and suffered an epileptic seizure. Read More→

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Out With Cancer asks all Hospitals and Health Care facilities to carry out their commitment to quality patient care Read More→

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GMHC, Malecare and Out With Cancer supports increased funding for prevention and treatment of anal cancer among gay men. Read More→

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Below is an action alert, from the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association.  We at Out With Cancer are as appalled as the GLMA, and we endorse this notice. Read More→

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Our Appropriations Request Is Moving!! Ask Your Senator to Sign On in Support of an LGBT Question on the National Health Interview Survey Read More→

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