Advertisement
  • Doctors Urge Need for ‘Common Sense Oncology’

    A movement of health care professionals say the toll of many cancer treatments is out of sync with the purported benefits.

    by Kyle Bagenstose

  • Policy Matters

    Taking Action to Support Cancer Research

    The AACR releases AACR Cancer Progress Report 2023, announces Cancer Centers Alliance, and joins 11th Rally for Medical Research.

    by Benjamin Krinsky, PhD

  • Progress in Rare Cancers

    With the rise of patient-driven research and registries, scientists are making advances in understanding, diagnosing and treating many of the least common cancer types.

    by Kendall K. Morgan

  • Get Involved

    A Helping Hand

    The Singletons take care of the shopping so single parents can focus on their cancer treatments.

    by Thomas Celona

  • Patient Advocates as Research Partners

    Speakers at SABCS discuss how people who have lived with breast cancer can be valuable partners in research.

    by Eric Fitzsimmons

  • Accelerating and Improving Drug Discovery

    Forum for patient advocates explores how researchers are working to develop cancer treatments in a quicker, more efficient manner.

    by Thomas Celona

  • Policy Matters

    Clinical Trials That Reflect Real-world Patients

    A recent article discusses challenges and practical solutions for working toward more diverse and equitable oncology clinical trials.

    by Nicholas Warren, PhD

  • Making Clinical Trials Easier

    Clinical trials can be hard to find, challenging to get into and difficult to complete. Patient advocates and their supporters want to change that.

    by Cameron Walker

  • Get Involved

    A Bountiful Harvest

    Food for the Cure provides fresh produce to people with cancer.

    by Thomas Celona

  • Policy Matters

    Reigniting the Moonshot

    President Biden proposes increased investment in cancer research and prevention to achieve the goals of the revised Cancer Moonshot.

    by Roy S. Herbst, MD, PhD