How We Do It
We provide cancer care navigation services to patients and family members through online consultation and telephone consultation.
Online consultations are available for free as part of the mission of this foundation.
This requires creating a personal account with us. The reason is for your protection. Email is neither secure nor confidential. Therefore, we have gone to great lengths to develop a way that you can discuss your private health information with the full security protections this website service has to offer. It is set up similar to your online banking account. You will create a personal account and then login to your account each time you wish to communicate with your navigator.
Telephone consultations are offered as a part of our services for free.
Please see Telephone Consultations for further information.
Once you have completed the simple registration, you will receive an email confirming your account and user name. Your account will be activated once you have clicked on the highlighted link found in your email. You will then be able to login.
Your final step will be to complete a health profile for the cancer patient. You will complete as much of the health profile as you wish to. Keep in mind, the more information you provide, the better we will be able to help.
After you have completed the health profile, you will be able to send your questions to a foundation navigator. An email will notify you when the navigator has answered your questions and direct you to log back in to your personal account to review the completed consult.
We are pleased to provide cancer care navigation services to you and look forward to meeting you in your account! Click here to create an account
Bob and Jan Haase
Appendiceal Cancer Survivor, Michigan
"I have learned more and have received more guidance from my nurse consultant than I have from any of the physicians, oncologists, radiologists an books combined during my entire journey. And for free! The confidential portal allows me to communicate online from work. I am thankful for this lifelong resource."
- Jeannette R.
Breast Cancer Survivor, North Carolina