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Breast cancer affects both female and male patients. Cancer is by far the top health condition reported.
Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) works on behalf of patients diagnosed with chronic, debilitating and life threatening illnesses such as breast cancer. With a partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure, PAF is further working to enhance breast health and cancer-related education for all women, including the African American and Hispanic/Latino communities, and increase knowledge of PAF services and the Co-Pay Relief (CPR) program offerings.
The following programs help to enable those access to the care they need during the screening of breast cancer and/or following a diagnosis of breast cancer.
How Patient Advocate Foundation Can Help
Patient Advocate Foundation works with patients diagnosed breast cancers that are facing specific issues including helping with insurance plans, employers and debt , receiving proper care. Our professional case managers specialize in mediation, negotiation, and arbitration. We advocate on behalf of patients with all crisis due to their illness. If you need assistance, give us a call today at 1-800-532-5274.
Financial Assistance through PAF’s Co-Pay Relief (CPR) Program
The CPR can be accessed by patients and providers online at http://www.copays.org or via phone at 1-866-512-3861.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure maintains a comprehensive online resource for those in their quest to understand breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Specific Related Resources
To help breast cancer patients find needed help, below are a list of additional resources and organizations that can provide further targeted and specific information as it relates to breast cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support.
American Breast Cancer Foundation
Understanding Genetic Testing Results for Breast Cancer
KS Inflammatory Breast Cancer Foundation
Living Beyond Breast Cancer
My Hope Chest Foundation
National Breast Early Detection Programs, Prevention and Screening Resources
Triple Negative Breast Cancer
National Lymphedema Network
Breast Cancer Resources specific for the African American Community