Some new Helpful Links from Michelle

Breast Cancer- Under 40: Pink Ribbon Riders  ($500 gift card) Tiger Lily Foundation (“Let’s Dish At Home meals, Chemo Buddy program, Buddy Bag, $500 financial assistance) Breast Cancer- Under 30: Kristy Lasch Miracle Foundation Hair Loss: Heavenly Hats  (free hats) Halos of Hope  (free handmade hats and/or caps) France Luxe®   (“Good Wishes” program provides free headwrap or scarf) Emotional Support: Chemo Angels

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The Pretty in Pink Foundation

Elizabeth Edwards’ battle with breast cancer was a public fight; a fight she used to inspire others who suffered from the same condition. But, Edwards was also engaged in another fight: to try and make health insurance available to everyone so they could be treated for life-threatening diseases like cancer. Although she never lived to […]

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Some Helpful Links

1. Co-payment assistance / Assistance with Medical Bills: Cancer Care Co-Pay Relief Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program Chronic Disease Fund Patient Access Network Foundation 2. Free or Low Cost Cancer Drugs: Treatment Options  http://www.needymeds.org RX Assist https://www.rxhope.com/home.aspx 3. Grants/Scholarships: “I’m too Young” has a huge list of grants and/or scholarships for cancer patients under […]

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Lymph Node Study Shakes Pillar of Breast Cancer Care

A new study finds that many women with early breast cancer do not need a painful procedure that has long been routine: removal of cancerous lymph nodes from the armpit. Less Surgery for Breast Cancer? The discovery turns standard medical practice on its head. Surgeons have been removing lymph nodes from under the arms of […]

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LiveStrong

LiveStrong Hello from Cancer Fairy Godmother ! To everyone who has been posting in need on this site, one of the main things that people are asking about is financial help for lives torn apart by Cancer. It has been difficult for me to be able to come up with options when there is so […]

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Cancer resource links for finacial aid in treatment

Hi Everyone, I just created a reply with links to Bonnie who was looking for grant money to help with her cancer treatment, prescriptions and insurance co-pays. Here are 4 links from which you could start with: Here are some Links to start with. Good Luck ! Financial Assistance for Cancer Patients Free Government Grants […]

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Financial Resources for Cancer Patients

Hello ! We have been receiving many requests from visitors to this site asking for help with money. This is a huge and difficult issue.  First I would like to ask if there is anyone out there who is an angel, looking to help others suffering from cancer by donating money, this site will do […]

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Tonya Sue Carther – 2/12/1963 – 6/5/2010

I was shocked to receive an email a couple of hours ago informing me that Tonya Sue Carther succumbed from the cancer she has been fighting for the last 2 years.  Tonya Sue Carther is the creator of this site, Cancer Fairy Godmother.  The news made me so sad, and yet proud to have been […]

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Free – Get Fit in Englewood New Jersey

ATTENTION ENGLEWOOD AND SURROUNDING AREA RESIDENTS!!! ENGLEWOOD HEALTH DEPARTMENT, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ENGLEWOOD RECREATION DEPARTMENT AND NEW YORK SPORTS CLUB FITNESS CENTER, PRESENTS…. GET FIT ENGLEWOOD! 8 weeks of free healthy fun to get you into the health and fitness mode for spring and summer!  Walking or running, free personal training tips, free cholesterol, glucose […]

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Social Security Compassionate Allowance

According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the “Compassionate Allowances” initiative will speed up the determination of an applicant’s claim for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits.  The goal of the program is to determine what conditions are so serious that the objective medical information contained in applicants’ initial filing  justifies  a finding of disability.  As a result, the determination process […]

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Cancer Saving Discount Cards

To obtain free or low-cost prescription drugs, try the following discount drug card programs. eSun Patient Card Phone: 1-866-662-1351 FamilyWize Prescription Discount Card Phone: 800-300-3301 (English and Spanish) Email: info@FamilyWize.org FREEDRUGCARD Phone: 1-866-410-4225 (answering machine only) PS Card (Prescription Savings Card) Phone: 1-888-516-2535 TogetherRX Access Phone: 1-888-743-7214 True Rx Savings Phone: 1-800-886-8412 Email: questions@truerxsavings.com YourRxCard […]

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Dr. Michael Schleider Englewood Hospital

New Oncology Facilities Enhance Patient Comfort and Care at Englewood Hospital Patients at The Dizzy Gillespie Cancer Institute at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center will notice substantial upgrades and expansion to outpatient oncology facilities. The improvements, including the opening of a new Infusion Center, were made in 2008 as The Institute celebrated its 15th anniversary. […]

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Is Texting donations to a charity SAFE?

By now, most of us have most likely seen or heard many appeals for monetary donations to aid the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. Have you noticed that more and more organizations are using social networking sites, and that your friends on Facebook are urging you to send a specific text to a certain […]

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Check out CharityNavigator.org

Looking for a charity you can trust??????????? Check out Charity Navigator, America’s premier independent charity evaluator, works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of over 5,400 of America’s largest charities. http://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=1004

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Money and Charities

Due to the devastation that has taken place  in Haiti, many people are questioning where their money will go if they pick on of the charities that the media is suggesting on their websites to donate or text too. The question seems to be”Will my money actually go to help the Haitian people?” or will […]

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