Thursday, 28 May 2020

CANCER CROSSING ASSISTS WITH TRAVEL AND MEDICATION FOR RECTAL CANCER PATIENT

Hi everyone - we are coming out of our Covid slowdown! We have continued to support patients throughout the pandemic but are far behind on our Social Media postings. Hopefully we can get back into the groove quickly, letting you know how we are helping cancer patients.

Cancer Crossing has assisted a woman in a Winnipeg bedroom community. She has rectal cancer and has had surgery, chemo/radiation and is completing her remaining chemo.
She lost her employment just prior to her diagnosis and her EI benefits are ending. She has no disability insurance. She is seeking employment but the gap in her resume and her need to recover is understandably causing issues. She is doing everything to help herself, including moving in with family yet she continues to struggle financially. She is struggling with the cost of travel to her treatment and medication costs.
Cancer Crossing has made a contribution towards her travel and medication expenses.

Cancer Crossing helps those who 'fall between the cracks'.

Please support our cause so we can continue to assist cancer patients! We are receiving many requests.
Cheques may be mailed to Cancer Crossing Inc., 1-1660 Kenaston Blvd., PO Box 70029, Winnipeg, MB R3P 0X6 or you can contribute by PayPal on our website.
Buying our book 'Cancer Crossing' at AccuCare Canada, 400 Tache in Winnipeg or at The Unexpected Gift, 564 Osborne Street, Unit 2, in Winnipeg helps cancer patients too. You can also buy a book through us directly at info@cancercrossing.com

100% of your donation goes to cancer patients. We are all volunteers and all of our operating expenses are paid by Sponsors.

Thank you so much and please remember to let cancer patients know we are here to assist - they can message us through Facebook, e-mail us at info@cancercrossing.com or send a written request by mail.

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