Thanks to her we were able to preserve my wife’s fertility after her insurance refused to pay for it.
Elizabeth spoke for us when we were unable to speak ourselves because of the emotional pain we were experiencing.
Also, later on in the preservation process we found out that the medications that my wife needed to be able to undergo the procedures were not covered by the insurance.
Elizabeth helped guide us through payment assistance for these medications so we could move forward.
Moreover, Elizabeth comes to check on us once or twice a week when we are in the hospital.
She is always concerned and ready to help – and trust me, we need help all the time! For almost two years we have been in and out of the hospital every week. She is always there to check on us.
Thanks to Elizabeth, my wife still has the strength to fight this ugly disease, and I have a person to share with and rely on every step of the way.”
Each year the UCF Navigators see 1600 newly diagnosed cancer patients. By connecting these patients to various resources, and to each other, our Navigators are lead creators of the young adult community of support. Cancer Changes Lives…So Do We.