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Knowledge vs. Cancer

Fighting cancer with everything we know™

We believe that knowledge is power. And in the fight versus cancer, AccessHope deploys the latest evidence-based recommendations, research, knowledge, and insights to employees and their treating oncologists across the country, regardless of their zip code.

AccessHope 2023 Year-in-Review

AccessHope is an essential benefit for members and their families when they are facing the fight of their lives. We remotely deploy the latest cancer care knowledge from subspecialists at NCI-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers across the country to help people who need it most — no matter where they live. Here's a high-level view of our impact and reach for the year.

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Why Employers are Adding Virtual Cancer Care to Their Benefits Plans

Employers across the U.S. are preparing for open enrollment seasons that run November 1 through January 15, and cancer benefits are in the spotlight. The 2023 annual survey from the Business Group on Health found that cancer spending is a leading driver of healthcare expenditures and the survey highlighted the strategic initiatives undertaken by employers.

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Navigating Cancer Care Trends: Insights and Strategies for a ...

The Business Group of Health Survey is an annual survey that sheds light on the strategic initiatives undertaken by employers in addressing crucial health concerns. Within the realm of oncology, this year’s recently published survey offers a panoramic view of how employers perceive and prioritize cancer care within their benefit offerings.

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Body image and cancer treatment

Your body image is your mental picture of how you look. Before cancer, you were used to the picture of yourself that you carried in your mind. If the illness or its treatment has affected your appearance, it’s natural to have feelings about that. In some cases, it may take time to feel comfortable in your skin again. Here’s what to expect and tips on how to cope.

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