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Cancer Commons Connects

Keeping you updated. Keeping us connected.

Throughout my journey, peers have helped me learn about my diagnosis, digest information, and move forward. I was lucky to have a team that knew extending the time of my injection could have a positive impact on my quality of life. However, I also know that there are other women who are having a similar experience and may not have this specific piece knowledge within their team. I hope this finds you! I want to share the tidbits I gain from my experience so that all patients have access to the same knowledge, regardless of where you are being treated.
—Cat, a metastatic breast cancer patient—

Through ASK Cancer Commons and other services, our network of oncology experts helps patients and caregivers find their best treatment options. But patients are experts, too. From new treatments to clinical trials, side effects to insurance coverage, patients who have been there before can provide valuable knowledge to one another. We want to make sure these insights aren't lost.

That is why we are excited to announce the launch of our new #PatientInsights social media campaign. By using the hashtag #PatientInsights on Twitter and other platforms, patients and caregivers can share and learn from each other. Click here to learn more about the campaign and see how you can participate. We look forward to reading your insights!
 
This Month's Stats: Since our last update, we have connected with 123 patients and caregivers through our ASK Cancer Commons service. So far this year, we've helped a total of 209 patients and caregivers. If you have any questions about your or a loved one’s cancer treatment, ASK Cancer Commons today.
This Month's Highlights:
 

New Research on Triple Negative Breast Cancer Emerges
Researchers are exploring a variety of new approaches to treat triple negative breast cancer. Our Chief Scientist Emma Shtivelman covers the cutting-edge in her latest Need to Know blog post.

#PatientInsights: Sharing Cancer Tips and Tricks Through Social Media
We're launching a new campaign for cancer patients to share insights with each other through Twitter and other social media. Learn more and see how you can participate.

Lung Cancer Highlights from ASCO 2016
Lung cancer researchers presented their latest findings at June's Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. Check out our Chief Scientist's take on the most important findings.
Share Your Story:  Our Super Patients series tells the stories of cancer patients who learned to be more engaged in their own care. We believe every patient can be a Super Patient or benefit from a Super Caregiver. If you are interested in sharing your story for a Super Patients post, we invite you to email us at editorial@cancercommons.org.

Stay Connected: If you have questions about your own cancer case (or a loved one's), please feel free to ASK Cancer Commons at any time. Meanwhile, you can follow us on Twitter @CancerCommons or on Facebook, and let us know how we're doing by emailing editorial@cancercommons.org.

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All the best,
The Cancer Commons Team
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