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Mom and a Child

When people talk about breast cancer. They talk about hope. They talk about pain and suffering, treatments and medications.


They talk about the loss of hair, strength, and spirit. People talk about surgeries and scars. They talk about fear. But they don’t talk about money.


People don’t talk about the cost of breast cancer.

 

About how your benefits will run out before your cancer is gone.


About how millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer, yet those diagnosed struggle, not to survive, but to afford to survive.

We offer financial support to patients to help alleviate the income downfalls that may come with a diagnosis.

The Financial Support Program supports patients across Canada who do not have the financial

resources to cover the costs of basic necessities such as food and shelter, as well as medical

and additional expenses related to their treatment.

We provide up to $2,000 in financial assistance so they can continue their treatment.

People don’t talk about that. But we do. And it’s why we exist.

Millions of dollars are raised in the name of breast cancer and directed to research and education every year, while many patients struggle to meet expenses related to their diagnosis and treatment. Our goal, with your support, is to be Canada’s leading voice in changing the conversation about breast cancer by raising awareness about the financial challenges that accompany a diagnosis.

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