Be The Match, the national bone marrow transplant registry, needs people of different racial and ethnic backgrounds to volunteer as donors. Learn why having diversity in the registry is important, what disparities exist, and how to sign up.
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In this month’s “From the Editor’s Desk,” Dr. Lidia Schapira reflects on the importance of the National Cancer Act of 1971 for people with cancer and how the Act still plays a critical role in cancer research today, 50 years later.
La sobreviviente del cáncer de colon y defensora Julia Michelle Santiago escribe sobre su diagnóstico, tratamiento y recuperación, y cómo utilizó sus habilidades y experiencia para ayudar a generar conciencia sobre la enfermedad en Puerto Rico.
Organ donation can save lives, including the lives of some people with cancer. Find out how the donation process works and how easy it is to register as a donor.
Dr. Navneet Singh explains cancer care limitations in India and how a new national health care program may improve access to treatment.
The "Your Stories" podcast series from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, provides insight into what it’s like to conquer cancer from different viewpoints. The podcasts featured here touch on how families cope with a cancer diagnosis.
Wondering how you can support a cancer organization or a person with cancer? Check out this list of 12 donation opportunities you may not have thought about.
Colon cancer survivor and advocate Julia Michelle Santiago writes about her diagnosis, treatment, and recovery and how she used her skills and experience to help build awareness of the disease in Puerto Rico.
2018-2019 ASCO President Monica M. Bertagnolli, MD, FACS, FASCO, describes how visiting and talking with people with cancer and providers across the United States highlights the importance of access to cancer care.
ASCO in the Community: Listening and Learning From the Experience of a Public Hospital in Queens, NY
In March, Dr. Monica Bertagnolli visited Queens, NY, to learn about cancer care there. Dr. Margaret Kemeny writes about what delivering cancer care is like in a community that is both ethnically and socioeconomically diverse.