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Build a website for cancer patients to understand chemo drugs and $ impact, Pepsi refresh everything.
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We are building a website for cancer patients to understand chemo drugs and financial impact. We are creating a website dedicated to patients and caregivers that have been recently diagnosed with cancer that will be undergoing chemotherapy. We want to help navigate the patients through chemotherapy drugs, terminology, side effects, and what the financial implications (insurance rules and regulations) are to consider before starting therapy. We will list all chemotherapy drugs currently approved, hot link to glossary with side effects, hot link to resources, and detailed information on Patient Assistance Programs and insurance information. We also include information on the website for oncology nurses to help patients in their clinics. The Pepsi Refresh Project is an exciting opportunity for us. For years now we've been listening closely to healthcare providers and patients share their personal challenges in managing the physical and financial impact of chemotherapy treatments. And we've made it our goal to help patients access critical information about their treatments and financial options in a simple and concise way that will allow them to take more control in the decision making process.
We need your help and your vote to get the word out to EVERYONE about the Pepsi Refresh Project and Chemo101!
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