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Musella Foundation Co-pay Assistance Program is about to close to new patients

Al's Comment:

 Our copay assist program needs donations. I know most people like to donate to research only, and that is also badly needed. When you donate to the Musella Foundation (a ), we let you specify WHERE your donation will go, with 3 choices:

1. Brain tumor research only - 100% of your donation will go to research.  (we also have some specific funds you can donate to such as DIPG or Oligodendroglioma - on our website, click on donations, the Special Funds)

2. Copay assist program - 91% of your donation with go to a needy patient.  9% has to be used to cover the expense of running the program.

3. Anywhere it is needed.  This covers the foundations' expenses which allows us to provide our services, as well as educational resources. Anything left over is used for research. Never for copay.


Posted on: 04/14/2018

Musella Foundation Co-pay Assistance Program is about to close to new patients 

Our program is running low on funds and will close to new patients in a few days (unless we get enough donations to remain open!).  If you need assistance, send in the application as soon as possible, via fax - do not mail.

I will let you know when it reopens.



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