Reflections on #CancerFilm

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Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies: What Ken Burns’ #CancerFilm Brought to Light “Getting cancer is one of the worst economic things that can happen to you in the U.S.” — Peter Bach, MD Last week, the cancer community took to social media in droves as we live-Tweeted and posted with a collective energy we had […]

Finances 101: A Toolkit for YAs with Cancer (Medical Bills, Part Two)

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Last month, we announced the launch of our new program, in partnership with Triage Cancer: a toolkit to help you, our young adult survivor community, make the best informed financial decisions you can so that you don’t find yourself drowning in bills and consequences for years after treatment. Earlier this month we addressed two of your most frequently […]

Finances 101: A Toolkit for YAs with Cancer (Medical Bills, Part One)

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Last month, we announced the launch of our new program, in partnership with Triage Cancer: a toolkit to help you, our young adult survivor community, make the best informed financial decisions you can so that you don’t find yourself drowning in bills and consequences for years after treatment.  We’ve previously addressed some of your most frequently asked questions […]

Finances 101: A Toolkit for YAs with Cancer (Health Insurance Questions, Part Two)

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Earlier this week, we announced the launch of our new program, in partnership with Triage Cancer: a toolkit to help you, our young adult survivor community, make the best informed financial decisions you can so that you don’t find yourself drowning in bills and consequences for the rest of your life.  Knowing that health insurance […]

College Beyond Cancer: Guest blog by Lisa Eatough

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We’re thrilled to welcome Lisa Eatough, founder of College Beyond Cancer, as this week’s guest blogger. You may recognize her name from our recent Webinar, “Undergraduate Tuition Assistance” (archived on our website for anyone who didn’t get to listen!).  She has created a way for students who are cancer survivors to raise funds for their […]