VNA Network Care, a Danvers-based nonprofit home health care, palliative care, hospice and wellness provider, recently received a grant for $32,000 from the Massachusetts affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The grant will be used to support the agency's breast cancer treatment support program for women in more than 200 eastern and central Massachusetts communities. The program began in 2001 to provide stipends to women with breast cancer who need financial assistance for medications, co-payments and transportation to treatments. This article can be read in full with a Plus Edition account.
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