Clinical immunology is the field of medicine that, through laboratory testing, endeavors to first understand which directive is malfunctioning. Through further blood tests we can usually answer the question of which of the five possible causes led to its failure. Then by using a variety of immuno-active agents, nutritional supplements and detoxifiers we endeavor to reconstitute the immune system so that it can re-engage in the healing process whether it be a situation of; immune deficiency, an auto-immune disease, severe allergy, post Lyme Disease syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or other immune dysfunction such as cancer. To stop and heal from any severe or chronic disease thus requires an addressing of the underlying issues of stress, infection, toxin or nutritional deficiency to create a movement towards health.
Our treatment approach may include a combination of: Immuno-active substances An individualized diet program Nutritional supplementation to support the healing process IV therapy to more quickly support your immune system and resolve nutritional deficiencies Laboratory tests to further clarify and diagnose your problems and to identify issues of; immune damage, toxins, stress, infection, nutritional deficiencies and biochemical imbalances Stress modification therapies Energetic medicine including Acupuncture and Homeopathy. (more)





(Formerly Linchitz Medical Wellness)
265 Post Ave. Suite 380
Westbury, NY 11590
516.759.4200 | Email Us


This page is assembled by S.I.M.R.- Stoff Institute for Medical Reseearch- a 501(c)3 dedicated to independent research, educational public awareness and community outreach for the pursuit of information advancement in the battle against chronic diseases. The following information in this section is assembled from public research and is a free listing of organziations providing grants and financial support for individuals suffering or recovering from Cancer. Linchitz Medical Wellness provides this listing as an information as a resource section for anyone seeking financial aid and does not have any affiliation with any any particular agency or organization.

DISCLAIMER: IMNY and Dr. Jesse A. Stoff does not make any claims pertaining to any of the institutions or funding information listed and take any responsibility or liability for the outcome of any applications for the listed resources. No furtner information about any of the institutions nor funding programs (other than the links and contact information listed here) are available.

Financial aid for cancer patients
Short-term financial assistance for breast cancer patients in active treatment.
Kristy Lasch Miracle Foundation- Help for women under 30 with breast cancer
Mary Anne Mazanec Ovarian Cancer Fund
Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation. Financial assistance for families of children with cancer
Funding Reconstruction for breast cancer survivors
Andre Sobel River of Life Foundation. Financial assistance for day-to-day expenses for families of children with cancer.
Financial Assistance for Leukemia & Lymphoma
Bone Marrow Foundation Patient Aid Program
Blue Hope Financial Assistance- Colon Cancer Alliance. Whether you’re struggling to pay your rent, fill your prescriptions or put food on the table + help with your bills so you can take care of yourself.
Brittanys Battle- Financial assistance for lung cancer patients and their families
Financial assistance for lung cancer patients and their families.


Multilevel Interventions in Cancer Care Delivery: Building from the Problem of Follow-up to Abnormal Screening Tests (U01)


Intervening with Cancer Caregivers to Improve Patient Health Outcomes and Optimize Health Care Utilization (R01)


Intervening with Cancer Caregivers to Improve Patient Health Outcomes and Optimize Health Care Utilization (R21)


DoD Breast Cancer Breakthrough Award Levels 3 and 4


DoD Breast Cancer Breakthrough Award Levels 1 and 2



Government Assistance

There are a number of federal and state programs that provide financial benefits to individuals and families. These benefits, known as entitlements, are primarily set up for low-income households, the elderly, and the disabled. Each entitlement has eligibility requirements. There are also programs administered through state governments that can help with health care related needs. Government assistance programs include:

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Information on public assistance and food stamps
Check phonebook for your local office

U.S. Administration on Aging
Benefits for older adults
(Eldercare Locator finds resources in your community)

Social Security Administration

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


Nonprofit Programs For Co-Pay Relief

A number of nonprofit organizations provide help for expenses such as drug co-payments, deductibles, and other medical costs. these programs have their own eligibility rules and may cover only certain cancers. contact each organization to learn more.

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation

View all of CancerCare’s resources to help you better cope with financial concerns »

Good Days

HealthWell Foundation

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Co-Pay Assistance Program

National Organization for Rare Disorders
800-999-6673 (Voice mail only)

Patient Access Network Foundation 866-316-7263

Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program

Patient Services Incorporated




Andre Sobel River Of Life Foundation, 310-276-7111
Presents an unrestricted annual cash award to young people who have survived a life-threatening illness.
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The Bone Marrow Foundation, 800-365-1336
The Bone Marrow Foundation offers financial assistance and free support services to bone marrow/stem cell transplant patients and their families.

BrainTrack Financial Aid Guide
Broad coverage of financial aid, including from government, school, private, and scholarship sources. Offers guidance on finding aid for special student profiles, such as those affected by cancer.

Brenda Mehling Cancer Fund, 661-310-7940
Supporting patients 18-40 currently undergoing cancer treatment by covering services to meet daily needs, such as co-payments, health expenses, rent, insurance, etc...

Cameron Siemers Foundation For Hope, 877-509-9516
Offers life grants to young adults with life threatening illnesses inspiring a new generation of survivors to create a life of hope and possibility.

Cancer For College, 760-599-5096
Provides hope and inspiration by awarding college scholarships to cancer patients and cancer survivors attending an accredited school or university in the US during the award period. High school seniors and current college students eligible to apply. Applications accepted October 1 through January 31.

Cancer Survivor's Fund, 281-437-7142
Scholarships and financial assistance to help young adults obtain prosthetics or continue their education for personal growth.

Caporal Assistance Network, 512-535-4349
Provides financial aid to individuals 18-40 whose fertility may be compromised and connect those affected by a cancer diagnosis with community support.

The Colon Cancer Alliance, 877-422-2030
The Colon Cancer Alliance's Blue Note Fund offers hope and financial assistance to colon cancer patients in need who are currently undergoing treatment.

Scholarships for patients, survivors, children of a cancer patients or survivor, students who lost a parent to cancer and students pursuing careers in cancer treatment.

The Michael H. Flanagan Foundation, 401-369-1740.
Our mission is to comfort leukemia and bone marrow transplant patients and their families and to enhance the patients' quality of life.

National Collegiate Cancer Foundation, 240-515-6262
Enabling and empowering college students who are battling cancer with emotional, psychosocial and financial support including scholarships.

National GRACE Foundation, 401-793-6337
The National GRACE Foundation provides FREE college admissions and financial aid counseling to pediatric cancer patients and survivors.

Nicki Leach Foundation, 904-304-8531
Lifestyle scholarships and financial assistance for adolescent and young adult cancer survivor students that provide for everyday expenses like car payments, clothing and more.

PAF 'Scholarships for Survivors', 800-532-5275
Annual scholarships for adolescent and young adults with cancer under the age of 25 that provide financial assistance covering related expenses.

Patient AirLift Services, 888-818-1231
PALS arranges FREE air transportation to patients who are medically stable and ambulatory for diagnosis, treatment and follow up care at facilities out of the area in which they live. PALS covers the 14 northeastern states. No limit to the number of flights and never a fee.

The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Fund
Offers scholarship assistance to young people whose high school years were disrupted by cancer and whose ability to qualify for most scholarships was precluded by the extensive absenteeism and physical disabilities which result from chemotherapy and radiation.

The SAMFund, 617-938-3484
Helping young adult cancer survivors with a successful transition into their post-treatment life by providing financial support through grants and scholarships.

Stephen T. Marchello Scholarship Foundation, 303-886-5018
Offers post-secondary scholarships to current year high school graduates who are survivors of cancer who reside in Colorado, Montana, California, and Arizona.

Sy's Fund, 413-512-9177
Provides funding for meaningful gifts and integrative therapies for young adults ages 18 through 39 with cancer or ongoing medical issues related to cancer or cancer treatment.

Ulman Cancer Fund For Young Adults, 888-393-FUND
Supporting, educating and connecting young adults affected by cancer through on-line resources, college scholarships, advocacy and awareness.

The We Believe Foundation
Raising awareness and providing financial assistance for teens and young adults battling cancer ages 15-29 yrs of age.