Stage 3 and no insurance

9 years 7 months ago #38613 by Patricia
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Stage refers to how invasive the tumor/tumors are..Grade determines how aggressive they are.
www.cancertrialshelp.org/blog/?page_id=599
Do you have a copy of her pathological report? All the info should be in there. Where are you located?
pat

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9 years 7 months ago #38612 by kimbob
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Is there a difference between Stage 3 and Grade 3? I can't find that on line?

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9 years 7 months ago #38611 by Patricia
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kimbob,
look on the home page under resources and you'll find financial info
bladdercancersupport.org/hp/blc-links/31-financial-
depending on what she has done...i'm assuming if it is Stage 3 she is going to need chemo which is usually done pre-op. It's not Grade 3 is it instead of Stage 3?
pat

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9 years 7 months ago #38610 by kimbob
Stage 3 and no insurance was created by kimbob
Hello
My fiancée was just diagnosed with “Stage 3 Invasive Urothelial Cancer, High Grade” and she doesn’t have insurance but I do. I’ve been reading your sight for the last 3 days. I think I understand about the hospital stay – what about when she comes home – I have to start making a plan so she gets her prescriptions.
Does anybody have an idea about how many scripts we are looking at or other expenses?

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