UPDATES: Senate Dear Colleague letter for Ovarian Cancer Research Program
On this page, we will be providing updates of which Senators have signed onto the Dear Colleague letter requesting $30 million to be allocated to the Department of Defense’s Ovarian Cancer Research Program in FY 2011.
NEW: View final letter with signatures of Senators: DoD Approps Ovarian Cancer Letter
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Thanks to all the advocates from across the nation who contacted the offices of their Senators to request their support for this program. If one or both of your Senators did not sign onto the letter, you can still ask your Senator to contact the Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittee and let the Subcommittee know that they are in support of the $30 million dollar request.
If you enjoyed reaching out to the Senate and want to get more involved in advocacy efforts to increase Congressional support for ovarian cancer research and awareness, the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance will be hosting free webinars in the near future to provide training. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll email you when the dates for the webinars are finalized.
Final update: Monday, April 12th
Lead signers: Robert Menendez (NJ) and Olympia Snowe (ME)
Senator Daniel Akaka, Hawaii
Senator Barbara Boxer, California
Senator Sherrod Brown, Ohio
Senator Roland Burris, Illinois
Senator Ben Cardin, Maryland
Senator Bob Casey, Jr., Pennsylvania
Senator Susan Collins, Maine
Senator Chris Dodd, Connecticut
Senator Richard Durbin, Illinois
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, New York
Senator John Kerry, Massachusetts
Senator Kay Hagan, North Carolina
Senator Ted Kaufman, Delaware
Senator Herb Kohl, Wisconsin
Senator Frank Lautenberg, New Jersey
Senator Joe Lieberman, Connecticut
Senator Blanche Lincoln, Arkansas
Senator Jack Reed, Rhode Island
Senator Bernard Sanders, Vermont
Senator Charles Schumer, New York
Senator Debbie Stabenow, Michigan
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island
Senator Ron Wyden, Oregon