17 Nov CancerFinances.org: Getting Cancer-Related Financial Help
Cancer is expensive.
The financial burden of a cancer diagnosis is often referred to as financial toxicity.
A cancer diagnosis can impact a person's ability to maintain their income, increases out-of-pocket medical costs, and brings other unexpected expenses. That’s why we created CancerFinances.org.
This free and easy-to-use resource is designed to help individuals diagnosed with cancer and their families navigate finances after a cancer diagnosis. It also connects people to Financial Assistance Resources.
Topics covered include:
- Clinical Trials
- Education Rights
- Estate Planning
- Disability Insurance
- Family Planning
- Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Managing Finances & Medical Bills
- Prescription Drug Assistance
We also have a module on managing finances related to COVID-19, which talks about employment, insurance, and financial assistance programs.
Click here to pick a topic, answer questions based on your personal situation or what you are looking for, and CancerFinances.org will guide you to information tailored to your specific needs!
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