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Cancer Commons Connects
Volume 1, Issue 3
Cancer Commons

Cancer Commons Connects

Cancer Commons has served more than 1,000 patients to date.  The numbers are surging, and have increased 500 percent since January.  The need is so clear.  

Please enjoy this science update.

During the course of four years of cancer treatment, I turned repeatedly to the remarkable online resources of Cancer Commons, and to their impressive contributors, for guidance on different facilities and forms of treatment. The rapid advance of cancer research, and the increasingly rapid movement of research medicine to the clinic, underlines the importance of the timely and reliable communications Cancer Commons encourages and supports.
—Lance Williams, a head and neck cancer patient—

This Month's Highlights:
 

Super Ask Patient: Strategically Selecting a Clinical Trial to Treat Triple Negative Breast Cancer
 

Super ASK Patient: Dyanne and Lars Push Far Beyond Standard Lung Cancer Treatment
 

Cancer Commons "Rocks for a Cure" at Annual Benefit Concert

Melanoma: New Drugs and New Challenges (Part 1)
 

Melanoma: New Drugs and New Challenges (Part 2)

The Sydney Morning Herald Features Marty Tenenbaum as a "Super Responder
This Month's Stats: In the month of August, we connected with 106 patients and caregivers through our ASK Cancer Commons service. So far this year, we've helped a total of 272 patients and caregivers. If you have any questions about your or a loved one’s cancer treatment, ASK Cancer Commons today.

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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