Say you have cancer. We all know its expensive! From the biopsies, tests, numerous visits, Chemo, the neulasta$ six thousand dollar shots, surgeries and all of the daily radiation. A year long of treatments! Then all of the follow up care. What do you do if you're unemployed, down on your luck and no insurance left to cover it? What do you do? What can you do? You have no savings, assets or family to help, no one. When you contacted Like ACS And the major Cancer care places. Do you just give up and have nothing taken care of? I guess its easy to just give up and let it take you... Any hope or ideas?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 6:54 PM on Jun. 19, 2010 in Health
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My mom was diagnosed with cancer in 2004. She did not have insurance, (she was considered uninsurable because she had cancer previously in 1994.) The put her on emergency state funded healthcare. She received phenomenal care from the moment she was diagnosed, until the day she died.
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