Hey ROS1ers: This is an IMPORTANT REQUEST! We all want to find a CURE for our disease, right? To do this, we need to know how many patients are willing and able to participate in ROS1 research. The results will hopefully motivate more patients to join us, generate more interest in collaborative ROS1 research, and … Continue reading Involving ROS1-Positive Cancer Patients in ROS1 Research
PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER – DAY 22 Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza, Survivor and Advocate “Life doesn’t have to end after diagnosis. It can be a wake-up call to start making YOU your biggest priority in life.” [***Por favor, lea la traducción española de abajo***] \Who are you? — I’m a 32 … Continue reading Profiles in Lung Cancer — Day 22, Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza [Perfiles en El Cáncer de Pulmón — Día 22, Sandy Arlin Jauregui-Baza]
PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 D. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD “Progress will come from changing the way we think about cancer” Director of the Thoracic Oncology Clinical and Clinical Research Programs, University of Colorado I am incredibly fortunate to have Dr. Ross Camidge as my lung cancer oncologist, clinical trial researcher, advocacy … Continue reading Profiles in Lung Cancer – Day 21: Dr. Ross Camidge “Progress will come from changing the way we think about cancer”
September 21, 2015. I moved to London to start a Master’s degree in Legal and Political Theory at University College London. I worked my tail off to get into this program, which only admits twenty-five people annually from around the globe. I uprooted my otherwise stable and fun life working on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. … Continue reading This is me. These are my Lungs.
PROFILES IN LUNG CANCER Lung Cancer Awareness Month 2015 Day 17: Kim Ringen, Lung Cancer Survivor “Everyone kept blowing off my concerns as typical pregnancy symptoms.” Twitter handle: @KimberlyRingen Who is Kim Ringen? Tell us a little bit about who you are, aside from cancer. Funny I can’t get away from cancer even in my … Continue reading Day 17: Kim Ringen, survivor. “Everyone kept blowing off my concerns as typical pregnancy symptoms.”