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Volunteer Drivers Needed to Transport Cancer Patients to Treatment Throughout Connecticut

The American Cancer Society's Road To Recovery® program is in need of volunteers to donate their time and passenger seat to help get cancer patients to their lifesaving appointments and treatment. Roa... read more

Letter: Volunteers needed to drive cancer patients to and from treatment

My name is Nancy Lilleberg and I am a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program. The program relies on volunteer drivers like me to take cancer patients to ... not havi... read more

Road to Recovery volunteer drivers provide key service to area cancer patients

He learned that volunteers ... need for more Road to Recovery drivers in our area," according to Kelly Perez, ACS mission program manager. "Getting to and from medical treatments is one of the greates... read more

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Trainings on the new tool are available for both new and experienced volunteer drivers. "The American Cancer Society is committeed to helping as many cancer patients in need of transportation ... to i... read more

Driving the ‘Road to Recovery’

UNION COUNTY — A program that provides free transportation for cancer patients to and from medical treatment ... throughout the United States, uses volunteer drivers to drive cancer patients to and fr... read more

Taking the wheel: Volunteer is veteran of American Cancer Society Road to Recovery program

including access to transportation. If cancer patients cannot access treatment, their likelihood of survival is compromised. About 30 drivers are active in the area's Road to Recovery program, but mor... read more

Road to Recovery: Volunteers drive cancer patients to treatments

In her first round of treatment, doctors scheduled her for radiation every weekday for six weeks. During ... drivers provided 321 rides to local cancer patients, said Kelsey Lewis, ACS program manager ... read more

Cancer patients struggle with costs beyond surgery and treatments

SIOUX CITY | On Tuesdays and Thursdays when he is needed, Michael Greer drives cancer patients ... volunteers for its Road to Recovery program which provides free transportation to those battling canc... read more

COMMENTARY: $2,260 fine for helping cancer patients? Get stuffed, government

A cancer survivor. The offence? Driving other cancer patients to treatment ... citing a need to give back, and seeing people in her cancer program who didn’t have reliable transportation — especially ... read more

Transportation troubles hinder care for health care superusers

In mid-September, she needed an ambulance to transport ... to dialysis patients and basic medical training for van drivers. The partnership's big goal was to get a dedicated van service just for patie... read more

We want your blood! WIS and American Red Cross to host blood drive

Accident and burn victims, heart surgery patients, organ transplant patients, and those receiving treatment for leukemia, cancer or sickle cell disease may all need blood. Volunteer ... during Hurrica... read more

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