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Patient Stories

Massive Bio has worked with over 100,000 people with cancer in their journey to gain access to innovative new oncology therapies and find new hope in clinical trials. And now we are telling their stories.

Every patient with cancer who has sought assistance from Massive Bio has a unique and compelling tale to tell. But we have found that some common themes run through their stories. Many tell us, for example, that their doctors recommended that they find and enroll in a clinical trial of a new cancer treatment. But because many oncologists and their staffs have heavy workloads, often they are unable to help patients identify and participate in clinical trials. That means patients need to search on their own. And for someone who is already alarmed and concerned about their cancer diagnosis, trying to make sense of the complex language and requirements of oncology clinical trials can be confusing and frustrating. Patients often say it’s like trying to understand another language.

Fortunately, when many patients go online to search for clinical trials, they find Massive Bio’s website. With a few clicks or a phone call, they’re soon in communication with our patient relations coordinators and oncology nurses, who guide them through the process of getting matched to a clinical trial. And the stories they tell speak of an unwillingness to accept routine care and a determination to find the best treatments available.

We have shared stories of people with cancer who participated in clinical trials in Massive Bio magazine and our newsletters. Now we’re listening to and collecting more stories from people who have pursued cutting-edge therapies by partnering with Massive Bio. They are stories of resilience: How patients overcame the shock of a cancer diagnosis and mustered the will to locate potentially life-changing, and even life-saving, treatment options by working closely with us. We’ll be telling their stories in the days and weeks to come.

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