Financial Aid

We all know that having Multiple Myeloma is an expensive proposition.  Insurance can be expensive.  Drugs can be expensive.  And often we can’t earn as much as we used to.  Fortunately there is help.  Below is a matrix of organizations who provide services and tools to help you cope with the financial burdens of Myeloma.

As of April 12, 2017 the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the HealthWell Foundation and the Patient Advocate Foundation are open for new Myeloma applicants.

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2016 Health & Human Services Poverty Guidelines & Dollar Figures for 250%, 400% and 500% above the Federal Poverty Guidelines

100% 250% 400% 500%
1 $11,880 $29,700 $47,520 $59,400
2 $16,020 $40,050 $64,080 $80,100
3 $20,160 $50,400 $80,640 $100,800
4 $24,300 $60,750 $97,200 $121,500
5 $28,440 $71,100 $113,760 $142,200
6 $32,580 $81,450 $130,320 $162,900
7 $36,730 $91,825 $146,920 $183,650
8 $40,890 $102,225 $163,560 $204,450