Social and Emotional Needs of People with Melanoma Remain Largely Unknown
According to the National Cancer Institute, the number of people diagnosed with melanoma has been increasing for at least 30 years. To meet the needs of this growing population of people, the Cancer Support Community launched today a new registry for people impacted by melanoma to study the social, emotional and financial impact of this diagnosis.
Social and Emotional Needs of People Impacted by Lung Cancer Masked by Stigma
This project will measure the social, emotional and financial impact on people with this diagnosis, which, according to the National Cancer Institute, accounts for 13.5 percent of all cancer diagnoses in the United States.
The Impact of a Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis on Caregivers is not Understood
The Cancer Experience Registry Expands to Include Registry for Caregivers of People Living with Multiple Myeloma
Understanding the Impact of Cancer on Caregivers
The project, Cancer Experience Registry: Caregivers, is an expansion of CSC's Cancer Experience Registry, which, since its launch, has collected over a million data points on more than 7,500 people who have had cancer. Similar to this patient registry, the new Cancer Experience Registry: Caregivers will ask caregivers a series of questions about their experience and will connect them to a network of support.
Patients with Cancer Feel Unprepared to Make Treatment Decisions, Study Finds
Data presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Reveals Gaps in Treatment Decision Support for Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer
Barriers of Entry into Clinical Trials Continue, Study Finds
Data presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Reveals Low Enrollment Rates for Metastatic Breast Cancer Trials Despite Increased Efforts
Study Finds Significant Financial Burden in Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer
Data presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Identifies Patient Challenges
Non-adherence to Medication Doubles when Patients have Depression Risk and Financial Burden
Poster at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting Reveals Correlation between Finances, Distress and Treatment Adherence
Patients with Multiple Myeloma Feel Unprepared to Make Treatment Decisions
Data presented at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting Reveals Gaps in Treatment Decision Support
Integrated Distress Screening Shown to Decrease Distress in Patients with Multiple Myeloma
Poster at American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting Highlights Results of Proactive Patient Assessment
As Open Enrollment Begins, Cancer Insurance Checklist is Updated to Help Patients Choose Health Insurance-11/12/2014
Cancer Support Community and Partnering Organizations Launch Newly Updated Tool to Help Patients Navigate Health Insurance Marketplaces
The Costs of Cancer Remain High, Yet Patients Are Not Prepared to Discuss Treatment Options-10/22/14
The Cancer Experience Registry identifies needs of people living with cancer.
The Cancer Support Community and Elaine Turner® Launch Partnership to Promote Healing Through Emotional Support-10/1/14
The Houston based brand will launch its Breast Cancer Awareness campaign today, October 1, with a capsule collection donating a percentage of proceeds for each item sold to benefit CSC during the month of October.
New Campaign Aims to “Shine the Light” on Rare Cancers-8/25/14
Cancer Support Community to Raise Awareness of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPNs) with September Events
Leveraging the Immune System to Control Cancer-8/13/14
Cancer Support Community Launches Frankly Speaking About Cancer: Your Immune System and Cancer Treatment
Low-Income Cancer Patients are More Likely to Seek Social and Emotional Support from Health Care Team, Study Suggests
The Cancer Support Community presents findings from a community-based distress screening program at annual meeting of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
Transforming the Cancer Patient Experience: A Key Priority
Long-time friend and supporter of CSC, Raj Mantena, has agreed to match gifts from individual donors to transform the experience of patients and families as they move through the cancer journey.
Nearly Half of All Patients with Cancer Experience Significant Levels of Social and Emotional Distress-3/13/14
Cancer Support Community delivers enhanced CancerSupportSourceSM
distress screening program; presents findings at annual meeting of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)
3,7 Millones de Hispanoparlantes en Los Estados Unidos No Están Asegurados: Un Nuevo Recurso Permitirá a Las Personas Hispanas Y Latinas Con Cáncer Explorar Los Mercados De Seguros Médicos - 1/30/14
Guía de Cobertura Médica para Personas con Cáncer ahora disponible en Español
3.7 Million Spanish Speakers in U.S. are Without Insurance: New Resource Will Help Hispanics and Latinos with Cancer Navigate Health Insurance - 1/30/14
Cancer Insurance Checklist released in Spanish.
Number of Cancer Survivors to Soar by 2020 with up to One-Half of all Cancer Survivors Experiencing Social or Emotional Distress - 1/23/14
The Cancer Support Community introduces Patient Planning Services, Inc. to meet the growing demand for patient-centered care.
The Cancer Support Community and UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health Join Forces as Number of Cancer Survivors to Top 18 Million - 1/14/14
CSC announces new partnership to deliver evidence-based social and emotional support services to thousands in Florida touched by cancer