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Cancer Organizations and Facilities Resource Listing

This page was created and established to provide evidence-based resources for the coordination of cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, support, and research efforts to improve the quality of life for everyone that has been diagnosed with cancer. (Click on each logo icon below, to be directed to that specific organizations website)

Nevada 2-1-1 is Nevada’s most comprehensive, free connection to critical health and human services. Information about local community services is available in a single statewide location that can be accessed via voice, text, and online. Nevada 2-1-1 has information about:

  • Basic human needs resources (food, clothing, shelter, temporary financial assistance, transportation)
  • Physical and mental health resources (crisis intervention, prenatal care, support groups, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention, rehabilitation, children’s health insurance programs)
  • Financial stability (EITC, WIC, credit counseling, food stamps, rent and utility assistance, unemployment benefits, job training, education programs)
  • Support for older Americans and persons with disabilities (home health care, adult day care, congregate meals, Meals on Wheels, respite care, transportation, homemaker services)
  • Support for children, youth and families (childcare, after-school programs, family resource centers, recreation, mentoring, tutoring, literacy programs, protective services)
  • Volunteer opportunities and donations (support Nevada’s local organizations)
  • Support during a community crisis and disaster recovery
Access to Healthcare Network (AHN) is a one-stop solution for Nevadans who don’t have healthcare insurance or other coverage. AHN’s extensive network of fine local doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers across Nevada offers access to healthcare services at greatly reduced rates to AHN members. Members pay AHN a low-cost membership fee. Members pay each provider the discounted fee at the time of their appointment or service. AHN is not health insurance and therefore does not pay the provider for the member’s healthcare services, the member does. AHN also administers other programs that supply health-related services to uninsured and low-income Nevadans.
Association of Cancer Online Resources (ACOR) is a unique collection of online cancer communities designed to provide timely and accurate information in a supportive environment. It is a free lifeline for everyone affected by cancer & related disorders. Use one of  COR’s 142 online communities to connect with people like you online and share information and support.  ACOR online communities are for parents, caregivers, family members, and friends to discuss clinical and nonclinical issues and advances pertaining to all forms of a specific disease. This includes patient and caregiver experiences, psychosocial issues, new research, clinical trials, long-term side effects and discussions of current treatment practices.

ACT-After Cancer Treatment – A woman’s survivorship group, was formed to help women cancer survivors bridge the gap from existing as a survivor, to living as a Warrior. This community focuses on rebuilding the body, heart and soul in the aftermath of a cancer diagnosis. The organization’s mission is to guide women cancer survivors on a path of self-renewal and personal power as they formulate their next step in physical, emotional and spiritual recovery. ACT After Cancer Treatment provides fee-based private mentoring for cancer treatment and recovery. Coaching sessions include discussion to bring clarity and guidance and include an action-plan and written instructions for recommended spiritual, emotional or physical practices. An 8-week course is also offered.t

The American Cancer Society is a volunteer-based health service organization dedicated to eliminating cancer. Support services include Cancer Information Line 800-ACS-2345; loan closet; gift closet; support groups, “Look Good Feel Better” Program, Road to Recovery transportation assistance, and Reach to Recovery for breast cancer patients. The Southern Nevada ACS offers gift closet and resource centers in Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City and Pahrump. Call 702-891-9009 to make an appointment at any of the locations. The lodging program provides patients receiving treatment in southern Nevada with complimentary stays in participating hotels, based on eligibility. Call the local office for details. Look Good…Feel Better skincare and makeup classes are available throughout the month at these locations: The Caring Place; Comprehensive Cancer Centers at Twain, South Hills, Northwest, and Siena; The Breast Center at Sunrise; and 21st Century Oncology Tenaya. Call 702-891-9009. Pre-registration is required. National programs of the American Cancer Society include the National Cancer Survivorship Resource Center. The goal of the center is to shape the future of cancer survivorship care and improve the quality of life for cancer survivors transitioning from treatment to recovery. Resources of the center include a post-treatment guide for survivors, tools for health care professionals, and tools for advocates.

The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research. ALA fights lung disease in all its forms, with special emphasis on asthma, tobacco control, and environmental health. The ALA’s Better Breathers Clubs offer the chance to learn ways to cope with lung diseases. You can also get support from others who share in your struggles. These support groups give you the tools you need to live the best quality of life you can. Additionally, their Lung Connection Community is an online forum for members to discuss how lung disease is affecting them and share their life experience with their peers.
The American Academy of Bereavement is a national association devoted to the education, preparation, and advancement of bereavement specialists. We serve our members by providing educational opportunities, stimulating research and addressing issues relevant to the field of thanatology. As a professional organization, The American Academy of Bereavement  takes the responsibility for the promotion of standards of excellence in bereavement care. We embrace interdisciplinary communication and collaboration as essential to assuring that the highest level of care is given to those affected by death, loss, and serious illness.
Cancer and Blood Specialists of Nevada offers consultative services at more than ten Las Vegas area hospitals and five conveniently located clinics where patients can receive their oncology or hematology services. The practice has certified oncology nurses who provide patients with compassionate and personalized care focusing on the physical body and the human spirit. The physicians tailor treatment plans and therapy to each individual patient. And, they have partnered with CCOP to offer clinical trials and through these partnerships provide innovative treatment options for oncology patients. Treatment options offered include: Surgery, Chemotherapy, Radiation Therapy, Hormonal Therapy, Targeted Therapy, and Biological Therapy
The best cancer care starts with the best cancer information. With more than 35,000 members who are leaders in advancing cancer care, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is the voice of the world’s cancer physicians. ASCO’s patient information website -- Cancer.Net ( -- brings the expertise and resources of ASCO to people living with cancer and those who care for and care about them. Well-informed patients are their own best advocates and invaluable partners for physicians. Cancer.Net provides timely, comprehensive information to help patients and families make informed health care decisions. Cancer.Net is supported by the Conquer Cancer Foundation.
CancerCare is a national organization that provides telephone, online and face-to-face counseling, support groups, education, publications and financial and co-payment assistance for cancer patients. Professional oncology social workers offer personalized care, and all services are free of charge.Help is available by diagnosis, such as type of cancer, or by topic. Topics include diagnostic tests, anxiety, teens, veterans, and many more.Financial assistance is available based on income level and for specific expenses, including transportation and childcare. Co-Payment assistance is also available for qualified patients to help with chemotherapy cancer medication costs.
"Our mission is to improve cancer care through the dissemination of up-to-date and accurate educational programming and information for healthcare professionals, cancer patients, their family members, and caregivers" Since 1999, has been online providing information and original content to cancer patients, their families, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. We specialize in providing original multimedia programs about cancer and cancer-related topics.
CancerGuide is created by Steve Dunn, a fellow survivor. For more information about this site and about me, see the About CancerGuide Section. CancerGuide is different from most sites. It is primarily about helping you learn how to find the answers to your questions and especially to helping you learn what questions you need to ask. I also cover other aspects of coping from attitude to finances. With the big exception of Kidney Cancer, I don't maintain much information on treatment of specific cancers, although I will guide you to such information elsewhere. CancerGuide will help you to understand your options as deeply as you want to or need to. This includes delving into the latest technical medical literature on your disease. Although it may be difficult, when you are fighting your life you can learn to understand things considered by some to be too difficult for laymen, so nothing here is dumbed down. I hope the serious effort it takes to gain a real understanding will pay off for you as it did for me. At the same time this path is not for everyone. You may want to read about the Pros and Cons of Researching Your Cancer before going any further.
Cancer Matters is grass roots, community-based program whose mission is to enhance quality of life through information and education for those individuals touched by cancer.
Cancer News on the Net® is dedicated to bringing patients and their families the latest news and information on cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada is a non-profit support group for families of children with cancer. Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada is affiliated with the Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation, an international network of parent support groups. Each family is encouraged to participate at their own level, in their own time.
As a leader in nationwide efforts to ease the burden of cancer, CDC works with national cancer organizations, state health agencies, and other key groups to develop, implement, and promote effective strategies for preventing and controlling cancer. Visit the CDC online for the latest statistics and data, helpful publications and expert journal articles, survivorship, prevention and more.
Children’s Hospital of Nevada at UMC is devoted to making sick and injured children healthy and well by combining compassionate, family-centered care with modern technology. The hospital offers pediatric organ transplant services, pediatric critical care and emergency physicians, and pediatric sub specialists at all times. Children’s Hospital of Nevada has oncology certification by the American College of Surgeons as a Comprehensive Cancer Center, and a designated 2nd opinion site.
Clark County Social Services Medical Assistance program provides care to low-income individuals not eligible for other public or private programs. Client services include outpatient clinic care, inpatient hospital care, emergency room service, institutional care, adult day care, medical transportation and pharmacy services. Eligibility determination is based upon an assessment of need according to established agency guidelines. CCSS staff is available to assist hospital discharge planners with outpatient needs of patients from University Medical Center and local private hospitals. Eligibility determinations for agency programs are made and information/referrals are provided. Staff also visits homebound clients to assess eligibility for agency programs. Eligibility determination is based upon an assessment of need according to established agency guidelines.
Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada (CCCN) is the award-winning oncology group comprising medical, pediatric and radiation oncologists, breast surgeons, and 12 treatment centers and offices throughout Southern Nevada. The practice’s specialized physician and nursing staff offers sophisticated diagnostic tools, the latest advances in cancer treatment, a full range of innovative, exclusive services and research-based care in a supportive and caring environment. Medical services include: chemotherapy, hematology, radiation therapy, pediatric oncology, breast surgery, clinic trials / clinical research, CyberKnife radiosurgery, diagnostic imaging, laboratory services, and pharmacy.
Cure 4 The Kids Foundation was organized in April 2007 solely for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes to address the specialized health care needs of children in Nevada and the surrounding region; more specifically to encourage and support clinical research and the application of that research seeking to control, cure, and prevent all types of childhood diseases. The organization’s Charity Care Plan ensures children from families without the financial resources to pay for care, or without medical insurance, also receive the medical attention that will save their lives. In addition, the organization manages the Childrens Specialty Centers in Reno and Las Vegas offering treatment services.

Through its unique and award-winning products, CURE Media Group has become the source of information and inspiration for those on the cancer journey. CURE Media Group's flagship product, CURE magazine, is the indispensable guide for every stage of the cancer experience. Through the magazine, live meetings, a resource guide for the newly diagnosed, a national nursing award, books and a variety of online tools, CURE Media Group combines science and humanity to make cancer understandable. CURE magazine, launched in 2002 for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers, has become the largest consumer magazine in the United States focused entirely on cancer. With a circulation of 300,000 individual subscribers account for over 170,000 of that figure with the remainder going to cancer centers and advocacy groups around the country. Since its inception, CURE has expanded to reflect the entire cancer continuum, including supportive care issues and long-term and late effects. CURE is advised by a distinguished board of physicians, nurses, advocates and other health professionals in the oncology field. CURE's editor-in-chief, Dr. Debu Tripathy, is Co-Leader of the Women's Cancer Program at Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center and Professor of Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. In addition, editor-at-large Kathy LaTour, a two-time survivor, brings a wealth of cancer experience, connections in the oncology community and an extensive writing and publishing background, which includes authoring the Breast Cancer Companion.

FirstMed Health and Wellness Center is a non-profit medical clinic providing preventive and primary health care services to patients in Las Vegas, Nevada. With a particular sensitivity to the Hispanic and Asian Pacific Islander communities, FirstMed turns no one away because of inability to pay. Services include wellness programs with screening and preventive care such as breast exams, bloodwork, colorectal and prostate cancer screening, and tobacco use and cessation counseling. The center also offers Women’s Health Connection screenings, weight management and exercise classes, dental and mental health screening. A mobile clinic is offered as well. Services are provided in English, Spanish and Tagalog.

John W. James founded the Grief Recovery Institute thirty years ago as a solution when he couldn’t find the resources he needed to deal with his own overwhelming grief at the death of his infant son. Since then the Institute has expanded to include sister organizations in Canada, England, Sweden, and Mexico. Our mission is to deliver grief recovery assistance to the largest number of people in the shortest amount of time. John is internationally recognized as one of the foremost authorities on grief in the world today.

GlaxoSmithKline patient assistance programs provide eligible patients with medications and specialty pharmacy products at no cost. Programs include Commitment to Access for oncology and specialty products, and Co-Pay Assistance Program for insurance co-pay assistance for certain GSK oncology medicines. Non-oncology medication assistance programs are also available.
I Had Cancer is a cancer support community that empowers people to take control of life before, during and after cancer. Members can search by type of cancer, age, gender, location, year of diagnosis and type of user so that they can easily find others who have experienced their specific situation. This peer-to-peer support is crucial because it allows survivors, fighters and supporters/caregivers to share firsthand experiences about treatment, side effects, long term effects and more. Cancer can be isolating and scary, but I Had Cancer helps anyone who has been affected by cancer find real support and real answers from those who have been in similar situations. Most importantly, it lets survivors, fighters and supporters/caregivers know that they are not alone.
The Society’s mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS Co-Pay Assistance Program assists patients in meeting their private insurance or Medicare premiums and co-pay obligations for prescription medications and allowable costs. LLS also offer patient financial aid to help patients with significant financial needs that are under a doctor’s care for a confirmed blood cancer diagnosis. LLS will also help you find additional sources of financial help.
The Little Miss Hannah Foundations’s mission is to help enhance the quality of life for young children diagnosed with life-limiting rare diseases, undiagnosed complex medical needs, and children who have been placed in hospice or palliative care. The foundation also gives parents the necessary tools and financial assistance to empower them to meet their child’s unique medical and lifestyle needs, as well as provide support resources and special attention for their other children. LMFH will host workshops on medical record management, media awareness opportunities, using social media to reach out for support, and finding the right information about your child’s condition.  We work to provide support groups for all members of the family by providing fun, family-focused and sibling-focused events and activities. Programs are geared towards those living in southern Nevada and include: the Medical-Therapy Equipment Assistance Program offering maximum $500 grants for items including seating, mobility and transport, among others; the “Abigail’s Angels” Family Support Assistance offering $100 maximum grants to family support items (such as groceries) or sibling gifts (such as hobby gifts or birthday party supplies).
The Matt Snodgrass Foundation provides emotional support and professional counseling to childhood cancer survivors during their transition to adulthood, as well as the newly diagnosed, ages 18 – 30.The main focus of the foundation is to help young adults dealing with cancer through being a support system. Volunteers are an extra set of ears during doctor visits and during treatment. The foundation also offers professional and compassionate massage therapy during treatment, updated information regarding nutrition, health maintenance and other key topics specific to young adults during their cancer journey, and college scholarships for those that meet the criteria.
Maximum Hope offers assistance to families with a child under the age of 18 who has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Urgent requests are brought to us by medical social workers at children’s hospitals and hospices nationwide. All cases are assessed on an individual basis and aid is granted according to the needs and financial state of the family. Maximum Hope staff members work quickly to supply struggling families with practical necessities such as rent, utility payments, groceries, gas, and gift cards for other everyday items. Due to the time-sensitive nature of many requests, they strive to provide aid within 24-48 hours. Whenever possible (and within limited means), they will also try to grant a child’s special wish to bring him or her a sense of joy and resolution. Maximum Hope’s compassionate and dedicated team ensures funds go where they are most needed, and conducts personal visits with families and children as a hopeful reminder that they are not alone.
The Meso Foundation is the national organization dedicated to finding a cure and eradicating mesothelioma as a life-ending disease by funding the highest quality and most promising mesothelioma research projects from around the world through our rigorous peer-reviewed process; helping mesothelioma patients connect with national mesothelioma experts and obtain the most up-to-date information on treatment options; and advocating in Washington D.C. for federal mesothelioma research funding to stop this national tragedy. The work of the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation is funded by mesothelioma patients and their families who have invested generously in the search to cure mesothelioma, as well as law firms, drug companies, and companies formerly involved with asbestos, all of whom have joined in the common mission of curing the disease and eliminating the risks of asbestos exposure.
Nathan Adelson Hospice has Board Certified Physicians in Hospice and Palliative Care, on site pharmacies, a full range of Complementary Therapies, physician visits to patient homes and the Las Vegas valley’s only comprehensive pediatric hospice program.
The NCI was established under the National Cancer Act of 1937 and is the Federal Government’s principal agency for cancer research and training. It operates the Cancer Information Service, which includes a toll-free telephone system (1-800-4-CANCER) and a Partnership Program that offers help with local programming and health initiatives for community organizations and agencies. The National Cancer Institute coordinates the National Cancer Program, which conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer, rehabilitation from cancer, and the continuing care of cancer patients and the families of cancer patients.
The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship is dedicated to patient education and advocacy. Their Cancer Survival Toolbox is a free, self-learning audio program for survivors (starting from diagnosis) to help develop important skills to better meet and understand the challenges of their illness. The audio program and Toolbox is available in both English and Spanish. Elements of the Cancer Survival Toolbox include segments on communicating, finding information, making decisions, solving problems, negotiating, standing up for your rights, topics for older persons, finding ways to pay for care, caring for the caregiver, living beyond cancer, and dying well. The organization also advocates for policies to enhance cancer care
The MISSION of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation is to provide social, emotional, educational, and psychological support services and programs to families of ALL children diagnosed with life threatening or critical illnesses such as cancer, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell, hemophilia, renal disorders, and immunologic diseases and provide healing arts and wellness programs to adults touched by cancer and to chronically ill children and their caregivers.
The team at Nevada Health Centers believes that all people, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay, have the right to access affordable, quality medical and dental care. NHC offers over 16 health center locations throughout Nevada. Everyone is welcome at the health facilities and there is a sliding fee scale for uninsured patients based on family income. The Las Vegas Outreach Clinic is the heart of Nevada Health Centers’ Health Care for the Homeless Program. The staff provides primary health care for those in Clark County who have nowhere to call home. Services include family medicine, preventive and women’s health, including screenings for breast, cervical and colon cancer, immunizations, health education and more. The outreach team at theclinics also provide case management, referrals, transportation to medical appointments, medications, blankets, and personal care items to the homeless population.

Founded in 1999 by three visionaries as a small, non-profit, 501(c)(3) patient-based advocacy organization, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network understands the many challenges that patients and their families face in the fight against pancreatic cancer. With national headquarters in Manhattan Beach, California, and a Government Affairs office in Washington, DC, the organization fulfills its mission through a nationwide network of people dedicated to working together to advance research, support patients and create hope for those affected by pancreatic cancer. Support groups including in-person, telephone and online options. In addition, the Patient and Liaison Services (PALS) program offers assistance with treatment options, clinical trials search, disease information, specialist physicians, side effect management, diet and nutrition, and additional support resources.t

Patient Advocate Foundation offers professional patient assistance by telephone, email, or live web chat to those in need that fall under the scope of services offered. Services include co-pay relief, financial aid, case management, and outreach programs. PAF manages the Komen Treatment Assistance Program Financial Aid Fund offering a one-time grant of $300 to cover some expenses related to breast cancer treatment. In 2014 PAF opened the first ever Non-Small Cell Lung Cancers, Molecular Biomarker Specific disease silo. This program silo provides direct financial support of pharmaceutical co-payments for insured patients who are unable to afford their costs associated with treatment and personalized therapy specified by molecular biomarker testing.
Renown Institute for Cancer is Nevada’s only program offering Comprehensive Cancer Program (ACoS CoC), Breast Cancer (NAPBC) and Radiation Oncology (ACR-RO) accreditations. Patient resources include the Sally de Lipkau Cancer Resource Center featuring wigs, head coverings, and support groups; a dedicated Cancer Concierge; nurse navigators; palliative care and survivorship support. Screenings for: breast cancer, lung cancer, colorectal cancer, prostate cancer, and gynecologic cancers.Support Groups include:Cancer Support Group (patients & families), GROW (Grief Recovery Outreach Workshop), Look Good…Feel Better (a partnership with American Cancer Society), Man to Man Prostate Cancer Support Group, ThyCa – Thyroid Cancer Support Group, Women’s Breast and Gynecologic Cancer Support Group.

Saint Mary’s Center for Cancer is accredited as a Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer and features the latest technology available in the region’s newest, most-comfortable facility. Designed for the comfort and convenience of patients, the 15,000-square-foot Center for Cancer is located in Saint Mary’s Center for Health, immediately adjacent to Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center. Saint Mary’s Center for Cancer is accredited from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), becoming the first accredited breast program in the state of Nevada. The program provides patients with a top-notch program from screening to diagnosis, and throughout treatment to survivorship. Breast Nurse Navigators offer assistance to patients throughout the process. The center features a variety of support groups and an American Cancer Society Resource Center, along with research and clinical trials, outpatient nutrition and more. Support Groups include: A Time to Heal 12-Week Breast Cancer Rehabilitation Support, On With Life Breast Cancer Support Group, General Cancer Support Group.

St. Rose Dominican Hospitals is the Las Vegas community’s only not-for-profit hospital system with locations in Las Vegas and Henderson. Services include screening, treatment and prevention, as well as hospice services and palliative care. Inpatient oncolocy services are offered through the Thomas A. Plein Oncology Unit. Additionally, St. Rose offers support groups, educational programs, and a Cancer Quality of Life Center. Support Groups include: Better Breathers Club, hosted by the American Lung Association, Breast Cancer Support Group, funded by Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Bereavement Support Group, Daughters Without Mothers, Widow Support Group.
Sunrise Hospital and Sunrise Children’s Hospital are committed to providing a healthier environment for members of the Las Vegas community, employees, physicians, patients, families and visitors. Please note that Sunrise and Sunrise Children’s is a tobacco-free campus. This includes all tobacco products – inside and outside of the facility. The Cancer Care program at Sunrise is accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer and is recognized by the Commission on Cancer as a Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program (the only such program in Las Vegas). Services include a cancer resource center, The Breast Center, oncology nutrition classes, children’s cancer care, and support groups. The Breast Center offers multiple options for screening including those for women with dense breast tissue, diagnostics, and additional screenings including genetic counseling for high risk breast cancer patients. Support Groups include: Look Good…Feel Better, in partnership with the American Cancer Society, Young Survivor Support Group, for breast cancer survivors 40 and younger.
The Caring Place, a program of Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation, is dedicated to easing the journey of those touched by cancer. An oasis away from medical facilities, The Caring Place provides no-cost programs and services to support, educate and empower those who have or have had cancer, their family members, friends,and caregivers. Programs and services are intended to assist in healing mind, body, and soul and are not a replacement for medical care. Programs include: Word-It therapeutic writing program, art classes, guided imagery, gentle yoga, reiki, nutrition lectures, exercise classes, jewelry making, massage therapy, reflexology, and more.

University Medical Center’s Oncology Care Center offers inpatient and outpatient services, support groups and programs, and educational services. Outpatient services include: initial evaluations, second-opinion consultations, clinical trial access, treatment administration and follow-up care. Additional services include hospital pharmacy, a laboratory, social services, nutritional services, behavioral health, imaging services and speech/occupational/physical therapy services. The imaging services available include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), ultrasonography (US), and nuclear imaging. The Oncology Department provides the ONS (Oncology Nursing Society) Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Course in-house. The Cancer Survivor Support Group meets the first Tuesday of each month.

The United Healthcare Children’s Foundation (UHCCF) is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides medical grants to help children gain access to health-related services not covered, or not fully covered, by their parents’ commercial health insurance plan. Families can receive up to $5,000 annually per child ($10,000 lifetime maximum per child), and do not need to have insurance through United Healthcare to be eligible.
UsTOO is a grass roots organization started in 1990 by prostate cancer survivors to serve prostate cancer survivors, their spouses/partners and families. They are a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to communicating timely and reliable information enabling informed choices regarding detection and treatment of prostate cancer. Ultimately, UsTOO strives to enhance the quality of life for all those affected by prostate cancer. Las Vegas support groups are hosted at: St. Rose Dominican Hospital, San Martin Campus, Downstairs Meeting Rooms, 8280 Warm Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89113.
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