Stage IV lung cancer survivor Lindi Campbell shares what it was like being diagnosed with advanced disease, how a new treatment has helped her live longer, and why she chose to dedicate her work toward ending the stigma around lung cancer.
What People in Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities Should Know About Their Cancer Risk: An Expert Perspective
Dr. Tingting Zhang shares what people in Asian American and Pacific Islander communities should know about cancer risk, including the types of cancer they may be more at risk for, the importance of screening for these cancers, and resources available to help.
Cancer survivor Daniel G. Garza shares how receiving his cancer diagnosis led him to finding new purpose, particularly through his work with organizations looking to make cancer care more equitable.
Survivor Ann Graham shares what it was like being an adult diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a cancer most commonly found in children and teens, and how the diagnosis led her to finding a new purpose in life.
What to Know About Cancer Care and Research for People 65+: A Q&A With Patient Advocate Beverly Canin
In this podcast, Dr. Allison Magnuson talks with patient advocate Beverly Canin about cancer care for people age 65 or older, including what they can expect, how to advocate for themselves, and what they should know about participating in cancer research.
In this “Voices on Cancer” post, stage 4 esophageal cancer survivor Dana Deighton shares what it was like receiving an advanced diagnosis, how she advocated for herself during treatment, and how her diagnosis led her to a career in patient and research advocacy.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, 2-time cancer survivor Mai Achong discusses the importance of listening to your body and advocating for yourself during cancer, managing fertility concerns, and finding support.
In this podcast, Dr. Manali Patel interviews Stephanie Walker about her experience living with metastatic breast cancer, how she got involved with patient advocacy, and her work leading the BECOME Research project to increase Black patient participation in clinical trials.
Dr. Manali I. Patel discusses what people with cancer should know about getting access to advances presented at scientific meetings, including questions to ask your health care team, why access to new advances may not be available right away, and how to get involved with cancer research.
In this “Voices on Cancer” post, prostate cancer survivor James E. Williams, Jr., shares how his experience with prostate cancer led him to understand the importance of patient advocacy and inspired him to get involved in bringing awareness to the disease.