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April 29th 2021
By Jamie Cesanek
As transportation to treatments is one of the many important aspects patients with cancer must consider after receiving a diagnosis, there is room for improvement in terms of accessibility and affordability, says an expert from the Patient Access Network Foundation.
April 15th 2021
By Steve Rubin
Navigating medical leave and insurance forms can be nerve-wracking and feel high stakes for some, writes a cancer survivor. Here, he offers advice on how to manage that stress.
April 1st 2021
By Kristie L. Kahl
CURE spoke with a cancer rights attorney about what financial toxicity is and ways to address this burden before assistance is needed.
March 31st 2021
CURE® spoke with a cancer rights attorney about employment rights and how patients and their caregivers can learn more to ensure they are being protected.
March 29th 2021
Recent study results show an association between living in an area of socioeconomic deprivation and poor outcomes for patients with cancer who were treated in clinical trials.
March 25th 2021
CURE® spoke with Monica Fawzy Bryant, chief operating officer of Triage Cancer, about health insurance options and what patients with cancer need to know.
March 10th 2021
By The PAN Foundation
George Valentine needs something from his elected representatives in Congress: securing predictable annual out-of-pocket costs under Medicare Part D’s prescription drug plan.
January 22nd 2021
By Conor Killmurray
From a Marine veteran walking 8,500 miles over the last 24 years to raise cancer awareness and funds for treatment to researchers using cancer cells from a deceased osteosarcoma donor to help advance treatment, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.
January 15th 2021
From an oncologist forgiving the medical debt of 200 of his patients to “Saved by the Bell” Star Dustin Diamond being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, here’s what’s happening in the cancer landscape this week.
December 30th 2020
By Darlene Dobkowski, MA
The study found that the risk increased despite receiving care at a highly specialized center, although neighborhood poverty did not have the same degree of impact on children with the nonmalignant disease.
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