Tag Archives: Cancer Support Helpline

Parenting with cancer

A cancer diagnosis can be the beginning of a new, difficult journey. Those with cancer must deal with a wide range of new issues, from treatment to the effects the diagnosis has on their children. An often overlooked group that … Continue reading

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Navigating cancer drug shortages

Drug Shortages continue to affect the health care industry, particularly the cancer community, with the problem expected to worsen this year.¬† These shortages include¬†antibiotics and chemotherapy drugs used by those currently living with cancer and longer term cancer survivors. According … Continue reading

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In recognition of breast cancer awareness month

Each year, 1 in 8 U.S. women are diagnosed with breast cancer, and about 1 in 1000 U.S. men are diagnosed. During National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to ensure that everyone touched by cancer knows about all of … Continue reading

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The Cancer Insurance Checklist: Your guide to shopping for insurance on the marketplace/exchange

As implementation of the health reform law (the Affordable Care Act) continues, individuals that do not have insurance through an employer or government plan like Medicare or Medicaid will be required to purchase insurance on state-based Health Insurance Marketplaces, or … Continue reading

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Meet Laura, a Cancer Support Helpline counselor!

Newly diagnosed and don’t know where to turn? Longtime survivor and looking for new resources? The toll-free Cancer Support Helpline (1-888-793-9355) is available to help you navigate your cancer journey. Professionals like Laura, one of our call center counselors, are … Continue reading

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