We recognize that cancer and transplant patients and their families are facing heightened challenges right now. We've set up a special Emergency Fund in our Lifeline Program for financial assistance, and our Clinical Care Counseling Program is providing licensed therapists and resource counselors over the phone.
To address the urgent need for temporary housing for healthcare workers battling the coronavirus, the Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation is partnering with Arbnb Open Homes to help provide free accommodations near medical centers.
When 4-year-old Ariel’s sickle cell disease diagnosis meant a bone marrow transplant, the BMCF helped her family raise the funds they needed to cope with the challenges of out-of-town treatments and hospitalization.
The additional expenses associated with transplants, that are not covered by health insurance, can be prohibitive. The BMCF's financial assistance programs help ease the burdens for patients and their families.
The BMCF offers various programs to help patients and their families make the connections they need and resources to find information to help allay their fears and better understand the challenges they face.
the Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation’s Survivorship Program provides resources that can address the needs of all bone marrow, stem cell, and cord blood transplant survivors, their families, and caregivers.
The Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation relies 100% on private donations. We depend on individual and corporate donors –we get no government or public funding. Please give generously to the Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation to support our patient programs.
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