RESOURCES FOR CANCER
Helping improve the health and well-being of all people affected by cancer, including patients, survivors, providers, caregivers, employers, and coworkers.
When diagnosed with cancer, you may face life-changing treatment decisions. You may feel overwhelmed, anxious or uncertain. Let’s Talk Treatment Options will help you figure out what information and questions you should share with your doctor to find the treatment that is right for you. This interactive tool will help you articulate what you know and what you need to know to move forward with your healthcare team.
Developed by a collaboration of Anthem, Inc., the Cancer Support Community, and Genentech.VIEW
Caring for a person with cancer is stressful. Oftentimes, caregivers overlook their own needs. This website has the information and resources caregivers need to care for your health and well-being. The interactive Web tool helps you create a Personal Care Plan. It helps with issues like depression and anxiety, coping with emotions, and even managing money issues.
Developed by a collaboration of Anthem, Inc., the Caregiver Action Network, CancerCare, Indiana University, and Michigan State University. The pilot for this project was funded through a grant from the Anthem Foundation.VIEW
Workplace Transitions is a free, easy-to-use toolkit to help managers deal with cancer in the workplace and support employees’ well-being. This digital resource helps companies of all sizes, giving managers guidance on managing the return-to-work from a practical, psychosocial, and legal perspective. And it works with policies and procedures already in place.
Developed by a collaboration of Anthem, Inc., Cancer and Careers, Disability:IN, and Pfizer Inc. The pilot for this project was funded through a grant from the Anthem Foundation.VIEW
Heart disease, emotional well-being and cancer are serious health problems for all Americans, especially African Americans. This interactive web tool will help you learn why African Americans are at increased risk, how to protect your health and well-being, and help others do the same.
Developed by a collaboration of Anthem, Inc., City of Hope, National Urban League, Pfizer Inc., and 100 Black Men of America, Inc.VIEW