If you’re looking for help, direction, understanding and encouragement, you’ve come to the right place. At "Hope Through Cancer" we’ll give you the attention and information that you would need and expect. Since the journey you are now on, is unknown territory, we will help you the best we can, because we have already been there. Let us put our experience to work for you. I suggest you join our blog and get updates that will be an encouragement to you. We will keep you updated on the latest news on research.
Faith and I have our inspiring story about the journey with cancer that we have been on since 2009. You can read the story and hope you will find all the hope and blessings you would need as you advance on this journey with us.
For financial aid, check these specific sites that fits your situation.
A special OIL PAINTING is under
construction that tells the story of what
Faith and I found and experienced while
on the journey with cancer.
This painting will be a great gift to inspire
and encourage those on the same journey.
This will be the "Hope Through Cancer" painting.
Only signed and numbered prints will be available coming this spring.
People being treated for metastatic breast cancer may be eligible to receive up to $10,000 in co-payment assistance per year through the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation.
The PAF Co-Pay Relief Program, one of the self-contained divisions of PAF, provides direct financial assistance to insured patients who meet certain qualifications to help them pay for the prescriptions and/or treatments they need.
The Ulman Cancer Fund offers TWO types of navigation for young adult cancer patients (18-40 years old) and survivors- remote and on-site. All services are FREE of charge and open to family members and loved ones.
The AbbVie Patient Assistance Foundation provides AbbVie medicines at no cost to qualified patients who are experiencing financial difficulties and who generally do not have coverage available for these products through private insurance or government funded programs.
Cancer Support Group
The Value of Cancer Support Groups.
Over the last 25 years there has been extensive research on the positive effects of support groups as a method of coping with cancer, improving quality of life, and in some studies — even increasing survival. Research has shown that support groups help reduce the three most significant stressors associated with cancer: unwanted aloneness, loss of control, and loss of hope. People who participate in support groups, either face-to-face or online, report significant decreases in depression, increased zest for life, and a new attitude toward their illness and life itself.
A support group can become a lifeline to information, support and encouragement through good times and bad.