The Financial Impact of a Cancer Diagnosis

February 1, 2018
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When a person is diagnosed with a devastating disease like cancer, their first thoughts almost always focus on saving their life or extending it for as long as possible. It doesn’t take long though for the realities of paying for treatment, care and other related costs to come into play. Cancer survivors are nearly three times more likely to file for bankruptcy than people who have not been diagnosed with cancer. Our guests for this important conversation are cancer survivor Len Rodgers and Clorinda Walley, the Executive Director, and Randie Odebralski, the Chief Operating Officer, of Good Days, an organization that specializes in providing financial help to seriously ill people.

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