American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

To help people with cancer navigate their care during the crisis in Ukraine, ASCO has compiled resources from its patient education website, Cancer.Net.
https://www.cancer.net/navigating-cancer-care/managing-your-care/resources-ukrainian-people-with-cancer

Blog: Coping With War and Cancer: How to Take Care of Your Mental Health During the Ukrainian Crisis



Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Resettlement and medical assistance for refugees to the United States
https://www.acf.hhs.gov/orr/programs/refugees


European Cancer Organisation
Ensuring cancer patients high-quality care and treatment with access to a range of professionals; links to cancer resources in Eastern European countries in multiple languages
https://www.europeancancer.org/help


German Cancer Research Center's Cancer Information Service
Answers inquiries from refugees from Ukraine with cancer as well as their relatives; includes information about accessing medical benefits and cancer treatment in Germany, psychological support, interpreters, aid fund for relatives of Ukrainian cancer patients who accompany the patients during treatment in Germany, and patient transportation to Germany
https://www.krebsinformationsdienst.de/aktuelles/2022/news011-ukraine-refugees-cancer-patients-medical-care.php


Government of France
Resources for Ukrainian refugees
https://parrainage.refugies.info/ukraine/


Health Line for Ukraine
Slovak call center to connect Ukrainian patients to Slovakian cancer clinicians
https://ua.diagnose.me/diagnoseme/en/


International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Emergency assistance such as psychosocial support, cash assistance, reception and protection services, language and information services, and case management for people affected by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine
https://www.rescue.org/topic/ukraine-crisis

More resources for people displaced from their homes in Ukraine: Frequently Asked Questions  


International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP)
Patient evacuation and other help for Ukrainian children with cancer, healthcare workers caring for them, and all others supporting patients and their families
https://siop-online.org/ukraine-how-you-can-help/


Irish Cancer Society
Supporting Ukrainian people who have cancer or questions about cancer with confidential advice, information about health and cancer services in Ireland (including about accessing free healthcare services and medicines for a significantly reduced price), patient travel, and financial support
https://www.cancer.ie/ukrainesupport


Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia (NFZ) - Poland
Poland’s National Health Service provides information in English, Ukrainian, and Russian about free cancer care for displaced Ukrainian patients in Poland
https://www.nfz.gov.pl/kontakt/telefoniczna-informacja-pacjenta/


National Institute of Oncology - Hungary
Comprehensive cancer center in Central and Eastern Europe; Hungary will provide completely free oncology care for displaced Ukrainian patients in Hungary.
https://onkol.hu/2022/03/07/menekultellatas/


Nova Ukraine
Humanitarian aid for vulnerable groups and individuals in Ukraine
https://www.refugees.novaukraine.org/


Red Cross
Humanitarian aid and useful information for people affected by the conflict in Ukraine
https://www.icrc.org/en/where-we-work/europe-central-asia/ukraine/help-useful-information-affected-people


The Cancer Letter
List of resources by region or disease that is intended for clinicians, health professionals, patient advocates, and those aiding in the humanitarian effort for the Ukraine crisis
https://cancerletter.com/the-cancer-letter/20220311_2/


St. Jude Global
Provides safe passage for childhood cancer patients and their families out of Ukraine through their SAFER Ukraine humanitarian effort ​
https://global.stjude.org/en-us/saferukraine.html


UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR)
Information for asylum seekers and refugees from Ukraine
https://help.unhcr.org/ukraine/


Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
Find cancer institutes and organizations in Ukraine or other countries
http://www.uicc.org/membership

For information about the UICC Solidarity Fund grant to help support cancer organizations working in the Ukraine region and to assist people living with cancer and their families displaced by the conflict: https://www.uicc.org/news/uicc-solidarity-fund-ukraine-opens-call-grants-qualifying-organisations