CANCER ... there’s hope

In 1978 Richard Bloch, co-founder of H&R Block, was diagnosed with cancer and told he had only a few months to live. After a two-year battle with the help of his wife, Annette, and his doctors, Bloch was completely cured. Richard and Annette Bloch devoted their lives to helping the next person diagnosed with cancer. The more knowledge we have about this dreaded disease, the better we can cope... More
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About R. A. Bloch Cancer Foundation

R. A. Bloch Cancer Foundation exists to help the next person diagnosed with cancer have the best chance of beating the disease. All services of R. A. Bloch Cancer Foundation and the Bloch Cancer Hotline 1-800-433-0464 are FREE.

In 1978, Richard Bloch, co-founder of H & R Block, Inc., was diagnosed with “terminal” lung cancer. With the help of his wife, Annette, doctors who said he could beat the cancer, and his own determination, Bloch waged a bitter two-year war on the insidious disease. So dramatic was his fight and recovery that Bloch and his wife devoted their lives to helping people who have been diagnosed with cancer. They founded R. A. Bloch Cancer Foundation with this in mind. Visit http://www.blochcancer.org for more information.

+1-800-433-0464 is the number for every newly diagnosed cancer patient. It is a totally free service (cash donations are never solicited) operated by volunteers who have had cancer. The goal is to match up the newly diagnosed patient with an individual who has recovered from the same type of cancer. The purpose is not to recommend specific treatments or physicians, but to figuratively put their arm aroundthe new patient and help them make the myriad of decisions they will have to make if they are going to have a chance to beat this disease.

R.A. Bloch Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Bloch Cancer Hotline
One H&R Block Way
Kansas City, MO 64105

800-433-0464
816-854-5050
816-854-8024 (fax)

hotline@blochcancer.org
http://blochcancer.org

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