Pancreatic Cancer Clinics/Treatment Facilities
Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Trials
Cancer Hope Network
Cancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one emotional support to adult cancer patients and their loved ones. Each of CHN’s 400+ volunteers is at least one year post-treatment or successfully undergoing maintenance therapies. They have faced more than 80 cancer types and speak 15 languages. Our volunteers offer support from diagnosis, through treatment and into recovery.
CaringBridge offers free and private websites
for people facing a serious illness. Patients &
caregivers can share updates, post photos, and
receive messages of hope & encouragement
through a guestbook.
CancerCare is a national non-profit organization
that helps people face the many challenges of a
cancer diagnosis by offering free education and
support programs to help patients and loved
ones understand and deal with their diagnosis,
treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, &
other important issues.
For many Mainers faced with a cancer diagnosis, life seems to stop.
They suddenly find themselves in a raging storm of emotions, treatment choices, and financial challenges. For some, they have tough decisions to make about where, and when, to receive care. There are many others who opt to forgo treatment. They do so because long, frequent trips to Brewer cause physical and financial burdens on both the patients and their families. Sarah’s House serves all these people, and makes much-needed treatment options more accessible to those who would otherwise choose not to travel.
The Dempsey Center, located in Lewiston and South Portland, Maine, makes life better for people managing the impact of cancer. Services are provided at no cost.
Check out our online databases, as well as the portal to the Digital Maine Library which can be accessed from anywhere in the state for free.To use many of these databases you must have an up-to-date Bangor Public Library card. To access the online databases and portal, click the link below.
To find out how you can get your library card, click the link below
Free ME from Lung Cancer is a non-profit organization. We are dedicated to raising money for lung cancer research, education, advocacy, and community support. We are committed to making lung cancer a national priority.
The free mesothelioma guide will answer many of the questions patients and caregivers ask. The packet has helped hundreds of families affected by the disease.
Our free tools make it easier to support someone after a diagnosis
More emotional, social, and physical support = lower patient + caregiver stress = improved mental and physical health outcomes
Making low-cost versions of high-cost generic drugs with radically transparent prices.
Save up to 80% on prescriptions
Easily get FREE GoodRx coupons to use at nearby pharmacies.
Use your SingleCare prescription discount card to save up to 80% on your prescription drugs.
Advocating the right to quality, affordable health care for every person in Maine. It is important to maintain your health by taking medicines as prescribed. Mainers who cannot afford their medications should know that many public and private programs are prepared to provide free or low-cost prescription medicines to qualifying individuals. Tell your doctor if you can’t afford your medicines. Medical practices can then either help you apply to these programs themselves or refer you to one of Maine’s 15 hospital-based prescription assistance programs. Don’t put yourself at increased risk of infection by skipping the medicines you need to stay well.
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We are building strong relationships with leading cancer advocacy organizations. These organizations provide key resources and services to people dealing with cancer diagnoses. Partnerships with these advocacy organizations allow Massive Bio to provide comprehensive support experience for patients and their families.
Cancer also comes with an emotional and mental toll on the patient and their family and friends. It’s also difficult to navigate from a logistical and financial point of view. People worry about what will happen if they can’t work or if they can’t afford the treatments their doctors are suggesting. But many organizations offer resources to help patients and their caregivers find the support they need to navigate a cancer diagnosis and all that it means.