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Icon Cancer Centre Aug 14
For Jim Millar, taking part in an immunotherapy clinical trial was a blessing after standard treatment for his rare cancer began to see little success. Jim is one of thousands finding hope in clinical trials at Icon. Read more:
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april70 Apr 20
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The Forum Aug 10
Jill O'Donnell Tormey discusses how biological research can lead to promising future cancer therapies.
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Deb Maskens May 23
Wow. Today my amazing daughter turns 30. She was only 7 when I was first diagnosed with metastatic . So feeling OLD, but grateful to everyone who took chances, gave me options, and dared to whisper "Hope"
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Dave is Fighting #Cancer Jun 12
Had intrathecal pain pump and reservoir installed yesterday afternoon. Was kind of a "do it, or be stuck here for another month" threat, but managed okay. Won't have actual pain relief until tomorrow though! !!!
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GO Girls Feb 8
It’s rare for to start in the vagina. They usually start in the or and grow into the vagina.
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Share4Rare Aug 16
Share4Rare provides one place to find information about , a kind of cerebral 🧠 . What do you find missing in this medical guide? Let us know! ➡️
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healx Feb 21
Healx Co-Founder Dr David Brown talking to about and the Healx mission.
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Erin Eloise May 16
That feeling when you realize it’s your 12 year cancerversary and you’re out there doing the things and making art and LIVING! 📸 by Yanni De Melo
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Barbara Solit Mar 4
For the 2nd year in a row, ⁦⁩ ⁦ raises >$300K for research! 200+ riders, we are riding ALL wknd in NYC. Find your favorite rider to support—78K to $1.5M since 2012!
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Melissa Magnotta Jan 1
This photo was taken January 1, 2018: today marks the start of a new year without you. The first one in 15 years. My heart is heavy. I love you, Joseph.
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Meg Lowry May 1
“Every human on the planet should hope that this technology works.” The fact that they’ve selected another (synovial sarcoma) similar to mine (myxoid liposarcoma) to investigate gene editing with has made me very hopeful indeed. 🤞🏻
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Elaine Schattner Jan 31
I like ASCO's choice of "Progress in Treating Rare Cancers" as the Advance of the Year. Collectively, accounts for ~20% of cases, PR -
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CarcinoidCancer CCF Jul 26
Dating after a diagnosis can be difficult and emotionally exhausting. Luckily, NET Cancer Thriver Mitch, found Michiko...
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CarcinoidCancer CCF Jun 11
Receiving a diagnosis can be emotionally debilitating... When Pat was diagnosed with , she took a step back, and her husband became her researcher and advocate.
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ONCODOC May 3
Fascinating discussion on ocular melanoma with doctor-patient interface at ⁦ ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jbirdsjourney Jul 2
♥️Prayers up for Jason this morning as he heads in for the biopsy procedure on his lymph nodes. Praying the results come back negative for systemic spread!♥️ ♥️🙏🏼
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Debbie Drell Feb 28
The Rare Cancer Coalition at endeavors to leverage the strength of many organizations to maximize impact on rare cancer awareness, education and advocacy.
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OcuMelUK Aug 14
OcuMel UK’s goal is a world where ocular melanoma patients are given information, support and the treatment they need.
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Kelly Lacy Jul 1
Waiting for my name to be called. The anxiety level rises each visit. The fear sets in. Feeling so vulnerable. When I was told I have a 90% chance of return ..it made me feel like I’m just waiting for the other shoe to drop.
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