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New Creation Ministries – US is excited to announce that we have been given the opportunity to “Love our Neighbors” through our partnership with University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.   Our goal is to raise funds for their Patient Assistance Program.  This program supports patients described below:

  1. Patients who have a need for financial assistance because they travel to Houston, Texas for cancer treatments. These families incur additional expenses associated with lodging, transportation, food and other daily necessities.  
  2. Patients who need cancer treatment but do not have adequate insurance coverage and meet the criteria of  low income eligibility.

We are asking you to join us in offering a “Bridge of Hope” to these patients by committing to make monthly donations to MD Anderson’s Patient Assistance Program through our partnership.

NOTE – Donations collected by New Creations Ministries – US  will be given to University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, who will make decisions about awards based on MD Anderson’s criteria and review of the patient’s financial need.

Please DONATE TODAY by clicking on the “Please Donate” button above.  Although we are asking monthly donations, Donations of any amount are appreciated.

On behalf of MD Anderson and New Creation Ministries – US, we “Thank You!”


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Join us as we support MD Anderson’s mission of making Cancer History

MD Anderson’s  financial assistance program provides coverage for MD Anderson care to cancer patients who meet residency and financial eligibility requirements.

Additionally, the institution participates in the Texas Medicaid Program that provides state and federal support for certain low-income people.   MD Anderson has a long tradition of providing quality cancer care for many low-income residents of Texas.

In FY13, MD Anderson provided care to 3,261 people who primarily had no third-party insurance and who qualified for partial or full financial assistance under MD Anderson’s patient financial assistance program. The estimated unreimbursed cost associated with these patients was $46 million.

In addition, MD Anderson provided care to 3,717 people whose primary source of insurance coverage was a state or locally sponsored governmental program such as Medicaid, CHIP, Harris County Hospital District or other Texas county-specific indigent program. The estimated unreimbursed cost associated with these patients was $13 million.

MD Anderson’s combined estimated unreimbursed costs for these two categories of patients in FY13 was $59 million. 

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