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|National Resource||American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA)|
|The American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) is a not-for-profit, independent organization that offers the following services and programs (free to patients and their families) through their toll-free number and website: • Over 40 publications which address brain tumors, their treatment and coping with the disease, written in easy- ...|
|National Resource||American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF)|
|The American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) Program provides financial assistance for breast cancer screenings and diagnostic tests for uninsured and underserved individuals, regardless of age or gender. Financial assistance is available through ABCF’s-Breast Cancer Assistance Program to help pay the cost of the following breast cancer screenings ...|
|National Resource||American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) (Spanish Version)|
|El programa ofrece asistencia financiera para pruebas de detección temprana de cáncer del seno y estudios diagnósticos, a personas sin seguro o con seguro limitado, no importa la edad o sexo del paciente. La ayuda está disponible a través del Programa de Asistencia de Cáncer del Seno para los solicitantes que cumplen con los requisitos del ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society - I Can Cope Online|
|I Can Cope® is a free online educational program for people facing cancer and their families and friends. The program is comprised of self-paced classes that can be taken any time, day or night. Many topics are offered such as information about cancer, managing treatments and side effects, healthy eating during and after treatment, communicating ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society - LGFB for Men|
|Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is a free, non-medical, brand-neutral, national public service program supported by the cosmetic and personal care industry. Look Good Feel Better was created from the concept that if someone with cancer can be helped to look good, their improved self-esteem will help them to approach their disease and treatment with ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society - LGFB for Teens - 2bMe|
|2bMe is the online, non-medical component of Look Good Feel Better for Teens. Designed for teen BOYS AND GIRLS with cancer between ages 13 through 17, it provides information on a wide range of possible appearance-related, social and nutritional side effects of treatment. While sessions for Look Good...Feel Better for Teens are offered in ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society - Quit for Life|
|The Quit For Life® Program is a collaboration between the American Cancer Society and Alere Wellbeing. The Quit For Life program is a free program ONLY available to tobacco users from employers, health plans, and State Departments of Health who contract with Optum to provide the service. Anyone needing help quitting but not eligible will be ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society - Relay for Life|
|Every year at more than 5,200 Relay For Life events, communities celebrate individuals who are winning the fight. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life movement is the world’s largest support group for survivors and their caregivers. Anyone who has heard the words, You have cancer, is invited to participate as a survivor. For survivors or ...|
|National Resource||American Cancer Society Cancer Survivors Network (CSN)|
|The Cancer Survivors Network (CSN) was created by and for cancer survivors and their families for the purpose of sharing their cancer-related experiences and supporting one another. Registration to become a member is secure and without cost. Features of CSN include: • Access to CSN member pages and contributions so you can find and interact with ...|
|National Resource||American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO)|
|American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) is an international, nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate, support, serve, and advocate for families of children with cancer, adult and child survivors of childhood cancer, and the health care professionals who care for them. ACCO provides: • A network of parent support groups in most ...|
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