​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Cancer Progress Report 2019 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.

Eva Joseph

West Linn, Oregon

Keeping Breast Cancer at Bay with Immunotherapy

Kirby Lewis

Inwood, West Virginia

Raising Awareness of Male Breast Cancer

Christine Cosby

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Recovering after Breast Cancer Treatment Thanks to Prehab and Rehab

Keith Taggart

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Anticipating a Long, Healthy Life Thanks to Larotrectinib

Gary Price

Willis, Texas

Living the Best Life Possible with Metastatic Bladder Cancer

Tomma Hargraves

Raleigh, North Carolina

Choosing to Help Other Patients after Surviving Lung Cancer

Randy Surratt

Roseville, Michigan

Looking Forward to the Future Thanks to a Clinical Trial at the NIH

Harold Sokoloff

Port Washington, New York

Beating Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma Thanks to Cemiplimab-rwlc

Emma Levine

Pleasant Valley, New York

Fighting Childhood Cancer with Larotrectinib

The Honorable Donald McEachin

U.S. Representative for Virginia

Working to Remove Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening

The Honorable Richard Shelby

U.S. Senator for Alabama

Championing Policies and Legislation That Promote Medical Breakthroughs

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