Multiple Myeloma Patients Can Get Help for Transportation Costs through CancerCare’s Door to Door Program

People in treatment for multiple myeloma may be eligible to receive grants to help with treatment-related transportation costs through CancerCare’s “Door to Door” program. The grants can be used for expenses such as gasoline, parking and tolls, and taxi, bus, or train fare to and from medical care.

To apply for a grant, download a financial assistance application from our website or call 800-813-HOPE (4673).

Experts in the treatment of multiple myeloma recently answered listeners’ questions during our Connect Education Workshop, “Update from the 2011 American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting.” Listen to the workshop.

You can also register for our upcoming workshop, “Progress in the Treatment of multiple Myeloma,” taking place May 23, 2012.

Learn more about how CancerCare helps people affected by multiple myeloma.

CancerCare will honor Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company at tonight’s 29th Annual Partnerships in Hope Awards Dinner for its generous funding of the “Door to Door” program and other CancerCare services that help people affected by multiple myeloma. Celebrated Actress and longtime CancerCare advocate S. Epatha Merkerson will serve as host.

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