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Childhood Leukemia Foundation (CLF)

CLF provides financial support to eligible families to help cover everything from rent, mortgage payments, food and utility bills, transportation to treatment, and other critical expenses.
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Answers to legal questions: 800.669.4000

Potentially life-threatening illnesses such as cancer can cause patients to encounter various forms of discrimination. There is help available should you experience discrimination at your place of work. Cancer is covered under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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Cancer: Your Job, Insurance and the Law: 800.227.2345

Summarizes cancer patients' legal rights regarding insurance and employment; gives complaint procedure instruction.
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Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups (CNCCG) - 1.877.520.4457

Information about medical insurance coverage for clinical trials and the available options from CNCCG, a network of cancer clinical trials specialists that offers a variety of programs and information for physicians, patient advocacy groups and patients.
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Komfy Kids

Komfy Kids are therapeutic dolls that have been designed to assist in the psychological well-being of children with hair loss due to cancer, alopecia, or otherwise.
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Make A Wish Foundation

Wishes of critically ill children are granted through this program. Child must be between the ages of 2½ -18 years.
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Children's Hospital Pharmacy

Order refills, health information for insurance plans.
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Drugs.com

Free advertiser-supported drug information site, lists many newly approved drugs and summarizes results from clinical trials.
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HelpingPatients.org

HelpingPatients.org is a web site by PhRMA and its member companies, which is designed to help you find patient assistance programs for which you may qualify. Patient assistance programs are designed to help patients in need receive assistance in acquiring their prescribed medications. This online service is free and completely confidential.
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Medicine Bridge

Medicine Bridge is a nationwide administrative service that simplifies the entire application process for those who qualify for free prescription medications.
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NeedyMeds

This site is designed to provide information about patient assistance programs which, provide no or low cost prescription medications to eligible participants.
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PhRMA

Eligible veterans and their dependents may receive cancer treatment at a Veterans Administration Medical Center. Treatment for service-connected conditions is provided, and treatment for other conditions may be available based on the veterans financial need.
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Prescriptions 4 Free

Directory provides detailed information for eligibility and obtaining free medications.
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The Cost Containment Research Institute

Free and Low Cost Prescription Drugs, a 48-page booklet, includes over one hundred free medication programs and over 1,100 drug listings. It also gives proven tips, tools and tactics on how and where to get free and low cost prescription drugs. Cost: $4.00.
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The Medicine Program

This organization was established by volunteers dedicated to patients who cannot afford their prescription medication.
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Clayton Dabney Foundation for Kids with Cancer

The Clayton Dabney Foundation grants wishes to children in the last stages of terminal cancer Please visit the website for details.
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POET

Free cancer educational material from the National Cancer Institute
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ChemoCare.com

This website is presented by Scott Hamilton, cancer survivor and professional ice skater. It's a source for chemotherapy information: types of drugs, managing side effects, and nutrition during chemotherapy. It also shares stories from cancer survivors.
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Michelle's Place

Michelle’s Place, the Women’s Breast Cancer Resource Center offers free services to women and their families dealing with breast cancer. Services include free wigs, prosthesis, resource information, self-help groups and free seminars on methods of healing, nutrition and coping. Michelle’s Place also offers free and low cost mammograms and ultrasounds to women under 40 years old. Serving the Temecula Valley and Murietta areas.
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Neighborhood Healthcare

Provider of free or reduced cost screening tests for the early detection of cancer. Provider offers general medical services, including low cost cancer screening. Provider can assist women under the age of 40 with breast and cervical cancer detection and follow up interventions, as indicated by history and test results. Call for an appointment.
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