CancerCare recently held a second lung cancer roundtable discussion titled, “The Role of Lung Advocacy Organizations in Biomarker Testing.”
On Wednesday, May 2, four makeup artists from Sephora’s Herald Square store visited CancerCare’s National Office to offer complementary consultations to people with cancer and their loved ones.
CancerCare, in partnership with LUNGevity Foundation, is interested in understanding the burden of financial toxicity associated with lung cancer diagnosis and treatment.
Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is a breast cancer subtype, which is found in 10-20% of all breast cancer diagnoses each year. The name originates from tumors found in the breast that are estrogen receptor-negative, progesterone receptor-negative, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2-negative. In other words, TNBC tumors do not exhibit any of these three receptors. Although these tumors do not respond to receptor-specific treatments, they are typically responsive to chemotherapy.
We’re excited to announce that we’ve joined Merck on the Your Cancer Game Plan Challenge, a social sharing program that will help us raise funds and continue our support of cancer patients, caregivers, healthcare providers and others
CancerCare is grateful for our partnership with Hines Property Management. The New York City office of the global real estate company recently donated funds and teddy bears to CancerCare during the holiday season.
For the fifth consecutive year, Caribou Coffee partnered with CancerCare, donating 10% of all October coffee bean sales and Amy’s merchandise proceeds to CancerCare.
CancerCare recently partnered with Sephora to bring a Brave Beauty in the Face of Cancer class to our clients.
Now through October 31, 2017, Caribou Coffee will donate 10 percent of Amy’s Blend purchases to CancerCare.