Dr. Bethany Sibbitt.
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Through the repository, patients can get lifesaving drugs without fear of cost.
A cancer diagnosis comes with many questions. How bad is it? What are my options? Will insurance cover it? These questions can be paralyzing — and their answers sometimes crushing. But one Cedarville University professor aims to alleviate the stress of cost and insurance concerns by organizing a medication donation program that could save patients tens of thousands of dollars — and, potentially, their lives.
Cedarville, Cedarville University, pharmacy, cancer
Weinstein, Mark D., "Donation Repository Helps Cancer Patients Get Treatment" (2023). News Releases. 1679.