A free martial arts class for families affected by cancer helps kids and parents build confidence and coping skills.
In honor of National Minority Cancer Awareness Week (April 11-17), CancerCare is sharing recommended resources for minorities affected by cancer.
In general, patients should not forgo medical care due to concerns about immigration enforcement. Here’s why.
En general, los pacientes no deben renunciar a la atención médica debido a sus preocupaciones sobre la aplicación de la ley de inmigración. Aquí le presentamos los motivos.
CancerCare is pleased to announce the receipt of a $700,000 grant from The New York Community Trust to provide financial assistance to New York residents and their families who are facing cancer.
Triple Negative Breast Cancer Day is the only global event dedicated to raising both awareness and funds exclusively for women coping with triple negative breast cancer.
CancerCare’s professional oncology social workers showcased their expertise at the 2017 Social Work Hospice and Palliative Care Network (SWHPN) General Assembly Program.
Cancer survivors, caregivers, patient advocates, family physicians, oncology providers, and others gathered at “An Evening for Cancer Survivors and Caregivers” to make connections, discuss survivorship issues, and get expert answers on their survivorship-related questions.
We’re excited to share that three of CancerCare’s oncology social workers will be presenting on upcoming webinars hosted by the Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW).
Did you know that right now, people who are not satisfied with their Medicare Advantage Plan can switch to Original Medicare? The Medicare Advantage Disenrollment Period runs from January 1 to February 14 each year. Read on to learn more!
This information is republished with permission from the Medicare Rights Center.