If you haven’t had your ear to the ground in the business community, financial help for cancer patients in Indiana is “the new black.” In other words, it’s IN like Flynn and there’s no stopping the bum rush, so to speak. If you doubt it, just look at the government’s cancer data numbers and statistics from the CDC.
This is not only the right thing to do, this is big business, and if you know anything about how we do it here at Indianapolis Biz Boss, you know that when there’s big business profits to be made on something in Indy, we’re all over it. Why make these sleeze bags richer and richer if they can sleep at night when they do stuff like what’s in the video above?
Honestly, even as a dyed in the wool hard driving business man to my core, that really makes me hopping freakin’ mad!
See, here’s the real deal, cancer treatment is BIG BUSINESS and 95% of the people who are diagnosed with cancer are going to have a hell of a time figuring out how to pay for the expensive cancer drugs and medicines. Most people will die waiting around to see if they qualify for the few grants for cancer sufferers that are available so that’s not really a viable alternative. Most people are going to have to need help paying for cancer treatments and chemotherapy. I know it. you know it.
And I don’t know about you, but I don’t exactly get all filled up with trust by a doctor or surgeon who stands to put $100,000 grand in his or her pocket by prescribing me unnecessary cancer treatments. Do you? So the question is, for cancer survivors, how can you get some help paying for the soaring costs of cancer?
One way might be applying for grants or cancer insurance, but what I’ve seen as one of the best is getting a so called “cancer life insurance loan.” This is easy, simple and fast, which is what we’re all about in America, right?
Damn right. So if you’re seriously looking for help paying for your cancer medicines or treatments, I’d recommend looking very closely at a cancer insurance loan. You can find one of the most popular over at the free government cancer information and support websites www.cancer.gov or www.cancersupportcommunity.com.
B. Di-dawg out!