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Esophageal Cancer Resources

Esophageal Cancer Resources

My PearlPoint

At My PearlPoint, a website for adults impacted by cancer, you can find more educational, nutritional, and practical information to help you through your cancer journey. You can also find recipes, videos, survivor stories, and more. Create a personalized dashboard to save all the resources you find in one convenient location. mypearlpoint.org

(877) 467-1936 X 101

guidance@pearlpoint.org

American Cancer Society

For more than 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we help people stay well, help people get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer.

cancer.org (800) 227-2345

National Cancer Institute

A collection of information operated by the National Institutes of Health. cancer.gov

(800) 4-CANCER

Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association (ECAA)

ECAA’s mission is to provide outreach for esophageal cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors, to increase public awareness of this disease and to offer education and information in a supportive environment.

ecaware.org

Esophageal Cancer Education Foundation

The Esophageal Cancer Education Foundation has three part mission: to bring awareness and education about esophageal cancer, to walk the journey with patients, and to support research to find an early screening test for esophageal cancer. fightec.org

(732) 385-7461

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The American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery

The American Cancer Society offers a volunteer-run service called Road to Recovery. This service provides transportation to and from treatment for people who have cancer and do not have a ride or are unable to drive themselves. Because this service is run by volunteers who donate their time and use their own cars, the drivers cannot usually drive long distances. Call (800) 227-2345 to learn how to schedule a ride in your area.

Free or Reduced-Cost Flights

Sometimes getting to treatment also includes having to fly for treatment. Angel Flight is an organization that provides free air transportation for medically necessary trips. They are a group of pilots and volunteers.  You can contact Angel Flight by calling (918) 749-8992 or visiting angelflight.com.

Support Groups

Cancer Support Community

CancerCare