Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization that provides education on the practical and legal issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers, through events, materials, and resources. Some of those issues include access to care, navigating health insurance, working through treatment and taking time off, and dealing with late and long-term side effects of treatment. Triage Cancer also hosts an educational blog and www.CancerFinances.org, which provides information and resources to navigate finances after a cancer diagnosis.
Triage Cancer Blog
Nov 6, 2018
“Many people like to think that cancer ends when treatment ends. In some cases, that’s true, and that’s great. In other cases, though, there are more battles to be fought, a lot more.” In a recent article published by curetoday.com,[…]Read more...
Oct 30, 2018
With roughly five to seven million distance caregivers, new resources may be accessible to alleviate the stress that comes with trying to take care of a loved one from a thousand miles (or more) away. In an article published by[…]Read more...
Oct 23, 2018
Lester cares for his wife Jan on a full-time basis. Jan has brain cancer. Over the years Lester and Jan have shared many happy memories, both as a couple and a family with three adult children. In fact, it was only[…]Read more...
Oct 16, 2018
Today, we are sharing this wonderful article and resource from fightcolorectalcancer.org on how to stay healthy during flu season, especially if you are an individual diagnosed with cancer! With fall just around the corner, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) expects[…]Read more...