What People Are Saying
“Thank you for the kind, healing, loving work you do to help others” ♥ – Majesta
“Thank you soooo much for all you’ve done to improve my Quality of Healing” – Blue
Arizona Oncology Foundation represents a place of wellness for me. I think I’m considered almost part of the family at their TMC location as I not only go there to receive regular acupuncture treatments but as often as I can, I attend the weekly Tai Ji and Qi Gong movement classes. The volunteers at the Resource Center are caring and often fun and they always help brighten the day. I started my journey with breast cancer in 2010 and four years later I still feel like I’m in great hands.
Jan K., Survivor
For Maggie, volunteering at Arizona Oncology Foundation means that she gets to do more. As a Radiation Therapist, she sees first hand what patients and their families go through and the supportive needs they have. Sharing their hard journey, she loves going the extra mile through volunteerism – making sure that cancer survivors have the supportive services they need.
Maggie S., Volunteer
Rosemary had insurance that covered much of the medical costs of treatment, including surgery, but some of the post-op services were not adequately covered. She needed treatments for lymphedema, an accumulation of subcutaneous fluids that is painful and many times disfiguring. What’s needed is a manual massage to remove the fluid. “I need a manual lymph drainage every couple of weeks,” yet her insurance limits it to 12 times per year. Arizona Oncology Foundation provides an hour-long session for less than my insurance plan’s co-pay.” I definitely see the need for services and the foundation.” ~ Rosemary P., Survivor
“The costs encourage patients to participate.”