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Financial Issues

Beth Fand Incollingo
Many health systems that treat people with cancer are recommending virtual visits, both for patients who need routine checkups and those who suspect they have the virus known as COVID-19.
 
Brielle Benyon
The number of coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in the United States continues to grow, which could be extremely stressful for patients with cancer and their loved ones – especially as certain cancer therapies may cause a person to be immunocompromised.
 
Josh Hirsch
Patients faced with cancer are also faced with tough uphill financial battles, but there are assistance programs that can help.
Katie Kosko
Compared with individuals who never had cancer, survivors age 18-39 had severe concerns regarding daily financial needs, according to a new study.
 
Ryan McDonald
A breast cancer diagnosis in women younger than 40 may result in disruptions in employment and job-related decisions, as well as a decrease in finances.
 
Ryan Hamner
Everything changes after a cancer diagnosis, and the ramifications can follow you into the workplace.
National LGBT Cancer Network
This article outlines three areas where LGBTQ patients and their caregivers may face challenges and how the Comprehensive Cancer Control Programs (CCCP) can address these needs. Written by Dr. Amari Pearson- Fields, the former Comprehensive Cancer Program Director for Washington DC.
Brielle Benyon
The Clinical Treatment Act was created to expand clinical trial access to patients insured by Medicaid.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Anyone who wants to enroll in a clinical trial should first weigh all the details. Patients should ask key questions like these before signing up.
Andrew Smith
Personal health information isn’t truly private: Medical practices share records and companies sell internet search details. Here’s what patients should know.
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