A nonpartisan organization that provides education, advocacy, and legal assistance to help older people and people with disabilities obtain fair access to Medicare and necessary health care.
This agency administers Medicare (available to Americans over 65 years old) and Medicaid (available to economically challenged individuals).
Veterans who were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service do not have to prove a connection between their myeloma and service to be eligible to receive VA health care and disability compensation.
Help with applying for disability benefits, and finding a job, health care, or accessible housing.
The FDA is responsible for regulating the safety of food, drugs, medical devices, vaccines, cosmetics, radiation-emitting products, and tobacco products.
Learn more about the Affordable Care Act options available to you, and how the law specifically applies to you.
LIHEAP helps keep families safe and healthy through initiatives that assist with energy costs.
An e-HEALTH overview of Medicare plans, Medigap, and Part D coverage.
A government health insurance program, the largest in the U.S.
Comprehensive cancer information from the principal U.S. agency for cancer research.
Information on health and NIH institutions. The NIH is the largest biomedical research agency in the world.
This link provides information to help you determine if you qualify for SSDI and how and when to apply.
Apply online for disability benefits.
SHIP is a free health benefits counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries and their families or caregivers. SHIP is an independent program funded by Federal agencies and is not affiliated with the insurance industry.
National Organization for Rare Disorders has state-by-state insurance information and resources.
IMF resources for veterans seeking information about myeloma and guidance through the process of applying for VA benefits, including disability.