Saturday, November 05, 2005

brother, can you spare a dime?

One of the foremost issues of concern for cancer patients is insurance. Many patients don't have complete medical or prescription coverage and so they need to look elsewhere for assistance. For those who are looking to undergo a transplant, there can be even more financial concerns because of the high cost of treatment. Fortunately, there are some institutions and organizations, which can offer some help for patients. Leukemia and lymphoma patients should look at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Patient Financial Aid Program:

The Lymphoma Research Foundation's Patient Aid Grant Program also offers reimbursments of up to $500.00 for qualified patients:

Bone Marrow/Stem Cell transplant patients may also be eligible for reimbursements up to $500.00 from The Bone Marrow Foundation:


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