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CU Cancer Center Deputy Director recommends financial options and ways of making informed choices when it comes to cancer treatment
Financial hardship caused by cancer can have a long-term impact on your credit score.
The report found U.S. cancer patients spent $5.6 billion in out-of-pocket costs for cancer treatment in 2018.
Fees to park at cancer facilities can cost patients hundreds of dollars.
Carla Tardif is CEO of Family Reach, a national nonprofit that provides financial support for people with cancer.
As healthcare costs grow, unmet financial needs may worsen health disparities
The national costs for cancer-related medical care and oral prescriptions drugs in 2030 will be $221 billion and $25 billion, respectively.
Family Reach is providing direct access, lodging and expanded financial navigation services to people with cancer.
Family Reach has helped people with cancer pay their bills for 25 years. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s reinventing how it does so.
The cost of medical care is a growing financial burden even for people with insurance.
Cancer experience affects work performance, career decisions and personal debt.
The free facilities serve tens of thousands of people with cancer and caregivers each year.
Some helpful websites to to look up if you or one of your loved ones is living with cancer.
Genitourinary Cancers Symposium reaches beyond the latest prostate, bladder and kidney cancer treatments.
There is a growing need for financial intervention at multiple levels to help cancer survivors minimize their risk of financial hardship.
A recent study found worse survival rates for those living in low-income, low-education and urban areas.
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