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In addition to the services we offer, we refer to these organizations and information sources.
Cancer can be expensive. Whether you need co-pay assistance, guidance for the uninsured, help with transportation or other financial resources, there are organizations out there that can help.
If you are a veteran, you may be entitled to certain benefits. Here's how to find out more. Active duty military and veterans are at increased risk from lung cancer due to exposure to chemicals such as dioxins, battlefield combustibles, and asbestos.
Sometimes costs aren't the only issue. You may be faced with issues related to your legal rights, benefits and employment. There are organizations that specialize in this type of help.
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