MN nonprofit launches Affordable Connectivity Program oncology initiative to reach medically underserved

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Gilda’s Club Twin Cities is the first Cancer Support Community network partner to go live with Equiva ACP Connect with a goal of making cancer support and education resources more readily available to at-risk, under-connected populations. The organization helps identify Minnesota residents in urban and rural settings who qualify for the Affordable Connectivity Program, support them with enrollment, and provide pre-configured broadband-enabled tablets – ensuring ready remote access to virtual cancer support groups, healthy lifestyle education, cancer treatment information and other resources.

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