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
Dec 17, 2018
What Does the Texas Ruling Against the ACA Mean for the Cancer Community? In a potential threat to the cancer community, on Friday night, just hours before the end of Marketplace open enrollment, a Texas judge ruled that the Affordable[…]Read more...
Dec 15, 2018
The deadline to enroll in a 2019 Marketplace health insurance plan is December 15!* Do you find it difficult to make health insurance coverage choices? Watch our Animated Videos for a quick break down or check out our webinars for in-depth[…]Read more...
Dec 11, 2018
At Triage Cancer, we are proud to offer resources on the practical and legal issues that might arise during or after a cancer diagnosis. That includes hearing stories of hope and inspiration within the cancer community. David Meth, Prostate Cancer[…]Read more...
Dec 4, 2018
Cancer-Related Fatigue: What It Is and How You Can Deal With It While there are many different side effects of cancer, did you know the number one overlooked side effect is fatigue? Cancer-related fatigue can take an enormous toll[…]Read more...