Resources By Topic

Triage Cancer® has extensive free resources for individuals diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, and health care professionals, on the legal and practical issues that may arise after a diagnosis. Under each category, you can access our free animated videos, Quick Guides & Checklists, state laws, and other resources that may be helpful. While all of our free resources are tailored for the cancer community, many are also applicable to anyone with a serious medical condition, or the general public.

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Health Insurance

Understanding how to choose and use your health insurance is important to access care and manage your finances, especially after being diagnosed with a serious medical condition like cancer.

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Learn about the different “parts” of Medicare, how to get help paying for it, when to sign up and make changes to your coverage, and how to pick the right plan for your needs!



These free materials and resources will help you understand if you qualify for Medicaid, how to apply, the different Medicaid programs, and more!

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Disability Insurance

If you need to take time off work, disability insurance may replace lost wages. Learn how disability insurance works, how to appeal a denial of benefits, and more.

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Work & Cancer

Wondering how to work through treatment or take time off and pay for it? How to navigate the workplace after a cancer diagnosis?

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Navigating Finances

Cancer is expensive. Learn about financial toxicity, how to avoid it, how to manage medical bills, and much more.

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Estate Planning

These resources will help you understand and complete the legal documents that can make up an estate plan, including wills, trusts, advance health care directives, and powers of attorney for financial affairs.

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Cancer-Related Legal Issues

What's legal about cancer? A lot! Individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers may face a number of legal issues in areas like housing, education, and genetics.

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There are many ways to be an advocate! Our cancer advocacy resources provide information and tools to help individuals diagnosed with cancer, their caregivers, and health care professionals become empowered advocates.

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Learn about the legal protections, benefits, and resources at the federal, state, and local levels that may be helpful to caregivers.

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Military & Veterans

Learn about the specific benefits, programs, and resources available to members of the U.S. Military and U.S. Veterans that may be useful after a cancer diagnosis.


Stress Management

Stress is a normal part of life. How you cope with that stress can impact your physical and emotional health. Coping with stress has two aspects: stress awareness and stress management.

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Psychosocial Care

Psychosocial care involves attending to the emotional, psychological, social, spiritual, and practical needs and wishes of individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers.

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Medical Care

When diagnosed with cancer, individuals will need to make decisions about their medical care. These free resources will help you navigate medical care during and after cancer treatment, and when it comes to managing side effects.

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Clinical Trials

What's a clinical trial? What does it cost? We'll explain all this and more so you can make informed choices about what is best for you.

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Exercise & Nutrition

Proper nutrition and adequate physical activity are important for individuals diagnosed with cancer. However, there is a lot of information out there and it can be challenging to separate fact from fiction. We're here to help.

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Our Partners

We love the company we keep! Learn about our partners and the many resources they provide for the cancer community.

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Recursos en español

Guías rápidas, listas de verificación, seminarios web, y más, ¡todos disponibles en español!
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Resources in other Languages

Explore resources for the cancer community in multiple languages from Triage Cancer and our partners.