When Robyn was diagnosed, she quickly realized that the cost of cancer can be just as devastating as the physical and emotional side effects.
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“Cancer has created an unspeakable amount of debt for me, which is just embarrassing. I am not sure how I will be able to buy groceries and pay for car insurance or rent most months,” says Mia. “The mental toll and worry it brings is exhausting and keeps me awake most nights.”
With only one income and frequent travel to and from the clinic, the bills began to pile up. The family needed help making payments for both their car and the car insurance, in order to ensure Kemella could continue going to cancer treatment.
Rula had never experienced being sick or needing to be on disability, but she quickly learned that cancer doesn’t discriminate. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, read Rula's story about how she faced the hardships of cancer as a successful businesswoman and single mother to three beautiful children.