The Second Annual Patient Guide to Cancer Support Services is designed to help you and your loved ones become aware of the many financial support services that may help you receive the best treatment you need.
Take a look at an often-overlooked part of cancer care: the side effects of treatment. "We're learning as they're surviving, and we can't assume we know everything," says Pam Simon, MSN, CPNP, CPON.
Take a look at the various medical professionals who assist in the treatment of Multiple Myeloma, from hematologists to specialists. Finding the right provider is a crucial step in the treatment process.
“I think most entrepreneurs believe they are superhuman,” says Jonathan Passley, a business owner, husband, and new father, who’s world was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with cancer at age 29.
“As the CEO of a biotechnology company involved in cancer drugs development, I was familiar with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with cancer,” says Michael Becker, who was himself diagnosed with stage IV oropharyngeal cancer.
“I have become an ally with fellow survivors, and have gained profound personal growth, which has ignited in me a passion to do the things I want to accomplish in life,” says Christine Magnus Moore, RN, BSN.
2017 Hero of Hope Patient Award winner Melissa Marshall wrote the song “No You Cant’cer” as a way to help her cope with her colon cancer diagnosis. As a performer, she was inspired to use music as a creative outlet to tell her cancer that it was not going to get the best of her and to help empower other people going through the same difficult journey.