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How can we help make the road ahead a little easier?

As you've probably learned, having lung cancer brings about a whole new set of life issues: concerns about paying for medications, eating the right diet, and wondering who can help you clean the house because you’re just so tired, to name a few. Fortunately, there's a whole virtual community of resources available to people with cancer and their families. And we're here to help you navigate them.

Think about where you are right now. Do you need help getting to and from appointments? Could you use assistance with meal delivery or paying for medications? Simply click destinations on the map to access tools and information that can help you along the way.

Bristol-Myers Squibb is not affiliated with nor endorses any of the organizations or providers whose websites are linked from this site. The information/links provided here are meant for informational purposes only and are not meant to replace a physician's medical advice or imply endorsement. All programs and resources listed have specific eligibility rules or terms. You need to review the conditions first and then apply for each program. You may or may not receive assistance based on each organization's rules and decisions. The individual organizations are the sole decision makers as to whether or not you are qualified and not Bristol‑Myers Squibb.

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