FAQs

We don’t conduct the gene testing for our members, though we highly recommend for everyone to take the test. You can talk to your doctor for referrals. And if the cost is beyond your budget, we’ll check for offers & coupons that you may avail.

First, check with your doctor if your child will be eligible for government assistance. But sometimes the medications are just too expensive with a discount. Contact us to see if we could arrange a fundraising activity.

Genes have a major role in our overall health. It doesn’t mean that your child will develop a disorder that leads to cancer. Check with your physician to conduct a thorough examination of your child’s health.

We need volunteers who could help us with the tasks involved in our day-to-day activities. We appreciate all the help we can get.

Yes. DGYA works with doctors and specialists in fulfilling our goals as a non-profit organization. If you need recommendations, feel free to send us a message through our contact page.

Counseling is important especially if you have a family member going through cancer. Our foundation is open for counseling sessions every Saturday. If you wish to join, please register, so we’ll know the number of joiners.