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Updated Sep 7, 2011 in Patient Empowerment's resources ·
"A New Definition of Patient Engagement: What is Engagement and Why is it Important?" was published by the Center for Advancing Health in 2010. The document summarizes an extensive look at what ty... more
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Cancer Survivorship resource that helps you find resources and information to help you on your cancer survivorship journey. The Dragonfly Angel Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
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We provide education on taking charge of a cancer diagnosis by focusing on the factors you CAN control: Anti-Cancer Nutrition, the Role of Exercise, Stress Management and Connection. Our educatio... more
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Updated Oct 21, 2010 in Using Navigating Care's resources · Like2
About: The HealthWell Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to underinsured patients living with chronic or life-threatening diseases such as canc... more
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Created Oct 20, 2015 in Jan's resources · Like1
Learning to use food as medicine to be the healthiest you can be. This is my new blog. I hope you will follow me as I tell my story.
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Created Jun 22, 2015 in DENISE C.'s resources · Like2
a grant program that pays your bills . they pick someone monthly. all cancer types. your oncologist office must nominate you (this assures that you are not a fraudster i guess). from what i have re... more
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Updated Apr 11, 2015 in Dr. Charles Kosydar's resources · Like2
The Cancer Safety Council's physicians help cancer patients receive high quality medical care and their best opportunity for a cure.
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The Patient Advocate Foundation provides effective mediation and arbitration services to patients to remove obstacles to healthcare including medical debt crisis, insurance access issues and employ... more
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Updated Nov 14, 2014 in Lauren Wynn's resources ·
KTAC, Kids Together Against Cancer is a unique program designed to help children ages 5 to 17 whose parents, grandparents or caregivers are fighting cancer.