CancerCare offers a number of different cancer patient assistance programs.  Hopefully this info will pay-off for you:

Co-Payment Assistance Available

People undergoing chemotherapy treatment for gastric cancer, pancreatic cancer or non-small cell lung cancer who have health insurance but need help covering their co-payment costs can now receive up to $10,000 per year in assistance through the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation.

To learn more, please visit You can also view a full list of covered diagnoses by going to:  CancerCare Covered Diseases & Medications.
Useful information for those of us who need to fight for every penny
we can find—and save.

Feel good and keep smiling!  Pat & Pattie

2 thoughts on “CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Program

  1. I am unable to phone you as always busy but it could be the Sandy storm and do hope all is well there. I am requesting a renewal of my grant with you and wonder if you can assist me what to do. My file number is #42382 with you. My last date with my grant 2011/2012 ends 12/28/12 and I would like to know if a renewal was to be done with you. My address is 33461 Windmill Road, Wildomar, CA. 92595 and if you can forward the papers to me,I would appreciate all the help you can give me. Also my phone number is 1-951-244-6125. Thank you for any help you can give me. I remain Jean Creighton

    1. Jean, sounds like you need help. But I don’t know anything about (or ever require) any paperwork–and my phone wouldn’t always be busy. Are you trying to reach CancerCare? I’m approved for help from them. But always has gone relatively OK. Email me at [email protected] and include your phone number if you would like me to try and help…

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