The largest and best-funded breast cancer organization in the United States, Susan G. Komen has been dedicated to saving lives through education, action, research and community involvement since 1982. In addition, they have many resources available to women for breast cancer screening and breast cancer treatment.
Project Access San Diego is the flagship program of Champions for Health. Their goal is to provide access to specialty care in order to restore health to low-income, uninsured individuals in need of specialized medical care.
Every Woman Counts is part of the California Department of Health Care Services’ Cancer Detection and Treatment Branch, and provides free breast and cervical cancer screening services to underserved populations.
ZERO is dedicated to fighting on behalf of men and families to ensure that government resources are directed to prostate cancer. With a goal of eliminating prostate cancer, this organization supports prostate cancer prevention and education funding, and the use of public funds for community outreach and prostate cancer treatment research.
Health Center Partners of Southern California is a consortium of primary health care organizations, advocating for its members to serve the health needs of communities in Southern California. HCP helps its members deliver quality health care to the safety net population in Southern California.
Founded in 1870, The San Diego Medical Society mission is to promote the science and art of medicine, the quality of care, the well-being of patients, the protection of the public health and more. It is a non-profit organization affiliated with the California Medical Association and the American Medical Association.