Work and Finances

  1. First My Illness...Now Job Discrimination
  2. Insurance Rights of Cancer Survivors
  3. Paying for Home Health and Hospice Care

    Home health care services may be paid for directly by the patient, through insurance coverage, or through other public or private sources. Most hospice care programs are provided to the patient regardless of the patient's ability to pay.

  4. Sample Appeal Letter for Services Denied as 'Not a Covered Benefit'

    You can use this letter as a model for an efficient, effective appeal letter. You may also need to enlist the help of a legal professional. Make sure your doctor knows any issues you have with insurance, as he or she may be able to help you.

  5. Understanding the Provisions of Your Managed Care Plan
  6. Work and Cancer: How to Cope

    Cancer survivors know how important a job can be to their psychological and financial well being. Here are tips to improve the ability to continue working, as well as some ways to handle workplace discrimination during treatment.

  7. Your Employment Rights as a Cancer Survivor

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