​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Cancer Progress Report 2018 Survivors

The goal of cancer research is to provide benefit for cancer survivors and their loved ones. Please read the courageous stories below from a variety of cancer survivors to learn how we are transforming patient care by making research count for patients and survivors.

Lisa Quinn

Springdale, Arkansas

Choosing to Enjoy Life Despite Metastatic Breast Cancer

Chuck Dandridge

Mansfield, Texas

Surviving Acute Myeloid Leukemia Thanks to Clinical Trials

Tori Lee

Oakhurst, New Jersey

Beating Leukemia Thanks to CAR T-cell Therapy

Mike Delia

Kennebunk, Maine

Skiing with the Grandkids Thanks to CAR T-cell Therapy

Nicole DiCamillo

Lakeside, Arizona

Living Family Life to the Full Thanks to Lutathera

Ron Scolamiero

Marshfield, Massachusetts

Keeping Metastatic Prostate Cancer at Bay with Apalutamide

Karen Eubanks Jackson

Houston, Texas

Increasing Awareness of Breast Cancer in the African-American Community

The Honorable Ted Poe

U.S. Representative for Texas

Raising Awareness in Congress about the Value of Biomedical Research

The Honorable Mark DeSaulnier

U.S. Representative for California

Committed to Helping More People Live Longer, Fuller Lives after a Cancer Diagnosis

 Looking Beyond Cancer Treatment

 Emily Bennett Taylor, Greg Aune, and Laurie Trotman

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