Every cancer patient deserves to be informed of the latest information in treatment options, testing, and research.

Helping patients find the bladder cancer resources they deserve

Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer has the 6th most new cases of any cancer type in the United States and the 7th most deaths.

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Helping patients find the breast cancer resources they deserve

Breast Cancer

The breast cancer cells typically begin growing in the milk-producing ducts. Family history does play a role in breast cancer through gene mutations.

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Cancer with FGFR Mutations

There are approximately 80 cancer clinical trials that are currently recruiting patients with FGFR amplifications in the United States.

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Helping patients find the MET mutations resources they deserve

Cancer with MET Mutations

MET Mutation can be observed in lung adenocarcinoma, colon adenocarcinoma, melanoma cases.

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Helping patients find the cervical cancer resources they deserve

Cervical Cancer

The pap smear test is the most common form of screening for cervical cancer. This test involves gently scraping cells from the cervix to be tested for any abnormalities.

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Helping patients find the cholangiocarcinoma resources they deserve


Cholangiocarcinoma forms in the bile duct and consists of a group of cancer cells. This cancer type is particularly dangerous because it often spreads to the connected tubes in the small intestine, gallbladder, and liver.

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Helping patients find the colon cancer resources they deserve

Colon Cancer

When combining men and women, colon cancer, also referred to as colorectal cancer, has the second most deaths annually of any cancer type.

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Helping patients find the follicular lymphoma resources they deserve

Follicular Lymphoma

Lymphoma occurs when white blood cells that fight infection (lymphocytes) grow out of control from genetic changes. A history of immune system problems can also be a risk factor for Lymphoma.

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Helping patients find the head and neck cancer resources they deserve

Head and Neck Cancer

The two biggest risk factors for head & neck cancer is smoking and alcohol. It is estimated that 75% of these cancer cases come from those with a history of alcohol or tobacco use.

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Helping patients find the hepatocellular carcinoma cancer resources they deserve

Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Hepatocellular Carcinoma is the most common type of liver cancer. Some risk factors include any long-term diseases of the liver.

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Kidney-Renal Cancer

Renal cancer is more common in men than women. American Indian/Alaska Natives are the most susceptible group by far for kidney cancer.

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Helping patients find the lung cancer resources they deserve

Lung Cancer

The two subtypes of lung cancer are small cell and non-small cell lung cancer. Non-small cell accounts for 85% of all patients and small cell accounts for 15%.

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Helping patients find the pancreatic cancer resources they deserve

Pancreatic Cancer

Because pancreatic cancer is not associated with any symptoms until it has spread to other parts of the body, it is difficult to detect in its early stages.

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Helping patients find the prostate cancer resources they deserve

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer only occurs in men. Typically, Prostate Cancer patients experience symptoms that involve changes and trouble with urinating, weight loss, and pain in the lower back.

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