Category Archives: Cancer Advocacy

How to help CSC in 30 seconds or less

What if a 30 second action could raise thousands of dollars, and then those dollars helped provide millions of people touched by cancer as well as their families with high-quality social and emotional support? It sounds too good to be … Continue reading

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How do patients define value in cancer care?

This week’s blog post is by Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO of the Cancer Support Community. This blog post also appears this month in the Huffington Post, and you can read more of Kim’s Huffington Post blog posts here. Warren Buffet once … Continue reading

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The challenge behind ASCO’s “Value Framework”: The value of a drug or the value of a life?

This week’s guest blog is by Meghan Rodgers. This is Meghan’s story on life with her fiancé Dan Waeger and his journey with cancer. Dan founded the National Collegiate Cancer Foundation (NCCF), an organization that provides financial support to young … Continue reading

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Upholding the ACA: Is it About the Politicians or the People?

This week’s blog is by Kim Thiboldeaux, CEO of the Cancer Support Community. This blog also appears today in the Huffington Post, and you can read more of Kim’s Huffington Post blogs here. As I have been reading and watching … Continue reading

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Make this a #CSCEmpower-ing Summer

How much of a difference can someone make in a month? That’s the question we’re asking you this July. For one month, CSC will be displaying a banner in a window at Rockefeller Plaza, New York to inform people of … Continue reading

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