Pandemic Q & A
In order to provide the most current information available, NCCS board member and childhood cancer survivorship expert, Dr. Robert Hayashi, MD, answers some common questions on navigating the pandemic with a child in treatment or as a childhood cancer survivor.
Your donation dollars at work
Two year-old Alex’s treatment lasted more than 27 months at a hospital 185 miles from their home. The travel expenses to get Alexa to treatment started to add up. Thanks to our wonderful supporters, we were able to help her family so Alexa made it to every appointment.
“The assistance from the NCCS has been so, so helpful. It is amazing that there is this kind of support for families like us,” said Alexa’s mom.
Featured Partner: Agelity
The NCCS discount prescription drug card from Agelity has generated over $500,000 for families battling childhood cancer. The card is free and can be used by anyone who is uninsured or underinsured. Every time the card is used to fill a prescription, $1 is donated to the NCCS.