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How to Advocate On Capitol Hill

The Rally for Medical Research was formed to raise awareness at this critical time of the urgent need for an increased investment in the NIH to improve health, spur more progress, inspire more hope, and save more lives. Every September, a broad coalition of groups representing the medical research advocacy community meet with House and Senate offices in Washington, D.C., to urge members of Congress to make funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) a national priority.

The Survivor and Patient Advocacy Program invited three past rally participants to share their experiences on how they have advocate on Capitol Hill. Listen to their conversation.

Learn how you can become an advocate for medical research funding and for various AACR initiatives. Watch the AACR advocacy webinar that will provide you the tools to prepare you for meetings with members of Congress and become a more effective advocate for medical research.