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Ask the Expert

Ask the Expert enables confidential communications with health care professionals, so patients and families can ask as many questions as they want to get the answers they need.

Ask the Expert is a question and answer service where patients can privately, via e-mail, ask questions of medical professionals about bone marrow and Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) transplantation. You and the health care professional will remain anonymous to each other, and all communications occur via the internet. The BMCF’s coordinator will make sure that your questions are directed to the appropriate expert.

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Supportline is a free service designed to link patients who may be considering or actually undergoing bone marrrow/Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) transplantation and/or their family members and caregivers with post-transplant patients and their family members and caregivers. The goal is to provide direct telephone or on-line support and encouragement during the transplant experience from the unique perspective of someone who has experienced it.

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Patient Navigator

Patient Navigators provide guidance and support to anyone faced with a cancer diagnosis or needing a bone marrow or Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) transplant.

The BMCF’s Patient Navigators guide patients, family members, and caregivers through the healthcare system to alleviate any barriers they may face during their cancer journey.

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Clinical Care Counseling

Clinical care counseling provides confidential individual and family supportive counseling and resource referrals.

Counselors are available in person or by telephone to help patients, family members and caregivers to provide support and to offer additional resources.

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Carelines provides crowdfunding, journaling and a volunteer task calendar for anyone with a cancer diagnosis or receiving a bone marrow, Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT) or cord blood transplant. Through Carelines, patients can reach out to family, friends and social networks for financial support, share updates, photos, and videos, keep track of appointments and receive help from family and community members for day-to-day tasks. All contributions to Carelines are tax-deductible and do not affect a patient’s medical insurance or benefits.

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