patients and caregivershave been assistedsince 2004.Nearly
o uninsured and Medicaidpatients with cancer inIllinois received ree resourcesthrough our programin 2010.
to your partnership,
no one acing cancer in Illinoishas to fght alone.
even years ago we envisioned a “circle of care” that would embraceevery individual touched by cancer in our state, delivering crucialresources for patients, caregivers and families.
Katherine L. Griem,MD, FACR
Mary E. Pierce,SPHR
Chair of the Board
Steven M. Derks
Chief Executive Ofcer
With the steadfast support of medical partners and leading donors likeyou, we have worked to transform this vision into reality. Today our PatientNavigation Services
network offers caring, effective services for anyonetouched by cancer in Illinois.In 2010, we continued to deliver integrated, hands-on services for tensof thousands, with special emphasis on the uninsured and medically underserved. Strong partnerships with hospitals, cancer clinics andmedia partners statewide helped us reach a greater share of newly diagnosed patients with timely, personalized services.
We are gratied to witness all we have achieved since our program’sfounding – yet we know there is much more to be done.
In the past 12 months alone, an estimated 65,200 people living in Illinoishave heard the devastating words,
“You have cancer.”
Please join us as werecommit ourselves to the vital work of offering them the best possiblechance to get well.