Help With Cancer Expenses

Many people need help with cancer expenses. We understand what a strain it is on families when someone is diagnosed with cancer. Even if the medical bills aren't too bad because of insurance, there are many other financial issues to contend with. Missed work, increased travel back and forth to doctors, and alternative treatments can really add up. 

It's funny because when you are sick, money is the last thing on your mind. Nothing seems to matter as much as getting well. However, money is something that everyone needs, in particular when someone is sick and needs to be able to partake in treatments that come along with a cost. Ironically, when someone is ill they tend to not have the strength, energy or health to be able to work much, if at all. That's where organizations providing help with cancer expenses comes in.

Help With Cancer Expenses

In addition to the fact that we at Discount Essiac Tea offer essiac at a free or reduced price due to financial strain, check out these resources:


The Samfund
Provides direct grants to young-adult cancer survivors. So far, it's given 1.6 million dollars. TheSamund.org

Stupid Cancer
Provides advocacy, research and support for young adults with cancer. StupidCancer.org

The Pink Fund
Gives financial assistance to breast cancer patients for nonmedical bills like rent and gas. PinkFund.org

The Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition (CFAC) is a group of national organizations that provide financial help to patients. CFAC provides a searchable database of financial resources. CancerCare's financial assistance programs (800-813-4673) provide limited financial assistance for people affected by cancer. Financial Resources at Cancer.Net

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Issues Accepting Help for Expenses

Many people feel guilty accepting financial help when dealing with cancer expenses. However, think of it this way: If you could help someone else who needed help with cancer expenses, would you? Have you ever given someone your time, effort, or money? How did it make you feel to be able to help out?

All you need to do is commit to paying it forward once you're better. Keep the circle of giving going, and you never have to feel guilty for accepting help. After all,  we are all here to help each other!

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