Our Mission Cancer Response Team, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance for children who have been diagnosed with cancer and choose to integrate complementary therapies into their treatment plans. Why We Are Here We exist to support families who choose to pursue a truly integrative approach to cancer treatment - one that combines the best that conventional medicine and natural medicine have to offer. An evidence based integrative approach to cancer has the potential to reduce side effects and improve effectiveness; ultimately improving both quality of life and prognosis. Unfortunately, some complementary therapies and treatments are not covered by traditional insurance policies.
Cancer Response Team Benefits the Following Children who have been diagnosed with cancer and are in need of financial support associated with their treatment plans, such as (but not limited to): naturopathic visits, supplements, IV-nutrition, oncology massage, child life services, chiropractic care, nutritional counseling and travel expenses.
CRT is a celebration of Ashley’s life. This is her gift to the world.
Disclaimer:Cancer Response Team, Inc. is not providing any medical advice and has no direct affiliation with any alternative treatment organizations/clinics nor treatment practices. All articles, links, media and associated content are offered strictly as an open resource through the freedom of information. All alternative treatment plans are determined solely by the recipient(s) and/or legal guardian(s) along with their selected alternative practitioner(s). CRT does not guarantee any results. It is highly recommended that Recipient/Legal Guardian prior to commencing or terminating any treatment discuss such with Recipient’s medical providers. Recipient/ Legal Guardian agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless CRT, its officers, directors employees and volunteers against any and all claims, causes of action, damages, judgments, cost or expenses, including attorney fees and other litigation costs, which may in any way arise from recipient’s treatment plan.