Financial SupportMultiple MyelomaSupport Services
The following financial support services are available for patients with multiple myeloma. For more information, see the full 2018 Patient Guide to Cancer Support Services.
Financial SupportFrom Your Navigator
Lillie Shockney addresses the prevalent issue of financial toxicity and identifies a number of resources and services that can help patients and families manage the cost of cancer care.
Financial SupportIssue Introductions
This Second Annual Guide is provided to you by CONQUER magazine, to help you and your providers, especially your nurse navigator, become more aware of the many financial support services that may be able to help you to receive the best treatment you need and relieve you of the associated financial worries.
Financial SupportSupport Services
The Patient Access Network Foundation: Support Services for Patients with Cancer Interview with Daniel J. Klein
In this interview, Daniel Klein, President and CEO of Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation, discusses the financial support services the PAN Foundation provides to patients and providers dealing with cancer.
Financial SupportPatient AdvocacySupport Services
Alan Balch, PhD, CEO of the Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF), a nonprofit organization, discusses the support services PAF offers to patients with cancer in this interview.
This directory lists the Government Foundations and Nonprofit Organizations available to patients with cancer, organized by specific cancer type.
A look at valuable resources that can help patients and their loved ones alleviate the financial burden of paying for lodging while undergoing treatment.
Family MembersFinancial SupportPediatric CancerSupport Services
The Emilio Nares Foundation, located in San Diego, CA, helps children and their families navigate through a cancer diagnosis with valuable services, from a cost-saving transportation program to modified shirts with easy access to chemotherapy ports.
Drug development is an expensive and laborious process for drug companies, and involves conducting years of research in the lab, followed by years of clinical trials with patients, before a drug gets through the FDA review and approval (or rejection), and then onto the market.
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