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Exclusive: Jason Danieley Releases Spotify Playlist

Monday, February 25, 2019

Are you curious to hear what Broadway star Jason Danieley listens to when he’s training for the half marathon? We’ve got the exclusive scoop on his running playlist. Jason put together a special Spotify playlist for us that he usually listens to during his training runs for the big race.

From Broadway to the New York City Half Marathon

Thursday, February 14, 2019

From appearing in social media, to meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, Broadway star Jason Danieley and his late wife Marin Mazzie vigorously advocated for the concerns of cancer patients and their loved ones.

Now, as reported by Playbill and Broadway World, in honor of Mazzie (who passed away from ovarian cancer last September), Danieley will be lacing up his sneakers and advocating for patients in a brand new way by participating in the 2019 United Airlines NYC Half on March 17. He will run in a special Team Marin in honor of his wife with Brian d’Arcy James.

Let's Move Forward Together

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Our Way Forward was created to encourage ovarian cancer patients, their loved ones and healthcare providers to rethink how they talk about ovarian cancer.

Why We Need Greater Education Around Sarcoma

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

What is sarcoma and why is it sometimes called the “forgotten cancer?"

New Research on Eating and Nutrition Released at ASCO 2018

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Today is the final day of the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual conference, which is the largest gathering of oncology professionals from around the world.

Throughout the conference, we’ve posted blogs sharing our latest research on gastric cancer and melanoma. Today’s blog is a short post covering our research on patient-clinician communication about eating and nutrition.

New Research on Melanoma Survivors Released at ASCO 2018

Monday, June 4, 2018

Last Friday, you may have seen a post on our blog explaining that we will be sharing three Q-and-A blogs sharing the significance of our latest research abstracts at the American Society of Oncology’s annual conference that will greatly impact people affected by cancer.

Today’s blog covers our latest research on communication between melanoma patients and their health care team.

Below see our second Q-and-A with our President, Linda House, on the topic.

The Cancer Support Community Releases Research at ASCO

Friday, June 1, 2018

From today through June 5, we will be at the largest gathering of oncology professionals from around the world in Chicago, Illinois.

The American Society of Clinical Oncology’s annual conference is a fantastic opportunity for us to share three exciting new research abstracts that will greatly impact people affected by cancer.

Throughout the conference, we will post a series of short Q-and-A blogs explaining the significance of our findings. Today’s blog covers our latest research on communication between gastric cancer patients and their health care team.

What Are the Unique Challenges Brain Tumor Patients and Survivors Face?

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Brain cancer is a life-changing and often lethal illness that warrants our increased attention and resources. Knowledge of the brain tumor experience by a wider portion of the population is an important first step to fighting this disease.

On the Road at the Amgen Tour of California

Monday, May 14, 2018

On Sunday, May 13, I set out on the Amgen Tour of California to spread the word about all the work we do here at the Cancer Support Community for cancer patients and their loved ones.

Breaking Down Barriers in Native-American Cancer Care

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Last week, two staff members of the Cancer Support Community (CSC) traveled to Tuba City, Arizona, the largest community on the Navajo Nation and home to more than 8,600 people. There, they met with Navajo and Hopi leaders to learn about the unique challenges facing Native-Americans and their access to cancer care.

The following is a Q-and-A with programs and services manager Katie Dimond about her experience in Arizona.

It is a first in a series of new CSC programs working with Navajo Nation leaders, medical leaders, and other advocates to create a ground-breaking movement for cancer support and treatment on the largest American Indian Reservation.

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