Assistance to ensure your health
Whether you have symptoms or are due for screening, connect with us for advice. We can also help you select the right screening test.
Talk with someone who's been there
A diagnosis can be overwhelming, but you're not alone. We can help you make sense of your treatment options and next steps.
The path continues after treatment
Patients should stay up-to-date with tests and monitoring after treatment. Emotional support is also important. We’re here for your next chapter.
What is patient and family navigation?
The Alliance’s navigators provide one-on-one guidance. We can help you:
- Access resources
- Connect with peers
- Manage grief
- Navigate treatment options
Personalized patient navigation is shown to improve outcomes.
Call (877) 422-2030
Our Helpline is toll-free. Navigators will listen and discuss any concerns, from mental health and family well-being to medical questions and financial issues.
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