Category Archives: Living with Cancer

What to do when there’s a drug shortage

In recent years the number of drugs that are in short supply has been increasing, including drugs used to treat cancer. Most of these shortages are for drugs that are injected, or given intravenously. Some of these shortages are short-term … Continue reading

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The lung cancer community speaks out

During a public meeting at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last month, a lung cancer survivor shared her experience. When she was diagnosed years ago, the first thing her doctor said to her was, “How should we begin your … Continue reading

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Giving back by sharing your voice through the Cancer Experience Registry

If sharing your cancer journey could enhance the lives of others, would you help? I keep hearing that people who have been diagnosed with cancer want to give back.  They want to “pay it forward” so that the next person … Continue reading

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A focused fact finding mission: The Cancer Experience Registry

By Leo J. Dierckman The launch of the Cancer Support Community’s Multiple Myeloma Cancer Experience Registry is a huge step forward for all of us that have been afflicted with MM. Thank you! Thank you! CSC and the entire team … Continue reading

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Can we chat?

Sara Goldberger, LCSW-R. Senior Director, Program Need a local referral for a wig?  Have questions to ask your health care team but just can’t seem to get the questions organized?  Feeling helpless and overwhelmed by the recent diagnosis of a … Continue reading

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