The League accepts patients – children and adults – without distinction of race, creed or nationality. The League serves patients who lack the financial means to cover the costs of their treatment. Patients must have established legal residence in Florida.
The League provides from case review and social services to surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, laboratory services and radiology, medication, prosthetics, home nursing and nurses aid services, home medical equipment, transportation, and moral support to patients and their families.
League Against Cancer has served (including follow-up) over 65,182 persons from 50 countries, since its foundation in 1975. The League began keeping statistics in 1982 and since then as of December 31, 2016, we have provided over 25,838 Papanicolaou Tests (Pap Smears); 33,647 Chemotherapy & Radiotherapy treatments; over 154,546 laboratory tests, over 46,820 radiology procedures, including Scans, Mammograms, Ultrasound and MRI and 2,285 prostate screenings (since 1990). In the same period, close to 14,289 patients have been admitted to local hospitals under the supervision of this organization and these patients have been treated for a wide range of different types of cancer.m.