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New Study from Foundation Medicine and Collaborators Further Demonstrates the Clinical Utility of Blood-Based Comprehensive Genomic Profiling in Patients with Advanced Prostate Cancer

Results from the study assessing concordance of genomic alterations identified by liquid and tissue biopsy published in Clinical Cancer Research and to be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2021...
SURVIVEiT COVID-19 Vaccines, Cancer & Priorities Peggy Dennis

COVID-19 Vaccines, Cancer & Priorities

 ------------------------------Guest Blog ------------------------------ When it comes to getting the new COVID-19 vaccines, who should come first? What’s more important, getting our economy back on track or protecting the most vulnerable?...
How To Manage Cancer Outside of Treatment: Cancer Survivor-Vetted Resource Library | Step 5: LIVEiT

How To Manage Cancer Outside of Treatment: Cancer Survivor-Vetted Resource Library | Step 5: LIVEiT

Feeling overwhelmed by a cancer diagnosis? We definitely know the feeling. That’s why our team of cancer survivors, cancer patients, caregivers and medical professionals came together to create the world’s...
SURVIVEiT How to manage side effects of cancer treatments

How to Manage Side Effects of Cancer Treatments | Step 4: SUPPORTiT

Managing the side effects of cancer treatment can be difficult and frustrating. Because our bodies are unique, it is difficult to predict which side effects will be problematic. Thankfully, there...
SURVIVEiT How to Define Your Personal Goals During Your Cancer Treatment

How to Define Your Personal Goals During Your Cancer Treatment | Step 3: MATCHiT

As cancer survivors, we know how important it is to identify your goals for both treatment and quality of life. Many of us want to be involved in the decision-making,...
SURVIVEiT How to get a qualified second opinion and review of molecular profiling

How to Get A Qualified Second Opinion & Review of Molecular Profiling | Step 2: VERIFYiT

One of the best and easiest ways to get peace of mind that you, or your loved one, are receiving the best possible treatment is by getting an expert to...
SURVIVEiT How to get a thorough cancer diagnosis

How To Get A Thorough Cancer Diagnosis | Step 1: TESTiT

Getting a biopsy (solid or blood) is only the beginning to getting a complete diagnosis. We know a lot more about cancer than we did 5-10 years ago. Thanks to...
SURVIVEiT What Cancer Patients Should Know About the COVID-19 Vacciner

What Cancer Patients Should Know About the COVID-19 Vaccine

The American Society of Clinical Oncology has published answers to pressing questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for people with cancer. COVID-19 Vaccine & Patients with Cancer Source: asco.org Should people...
SURVIVEiT Cancer Navigation Tool How to get started

How To Get Started With SURVIVEiT®’s Cancer Navigation Tool

SURVIVEiT®'s new interactive Cancer Navigation Tool was built by survivors and medical experts to help you practically and efficiently navigate cancer care. We took our collective experience and things we...
SURVIVEiT 2020 FDA Approvals By Cancer Type

A Look Back At 2020 FDA Approvals By Cancer Type

Over the year, SURVIVEiT® has updated the Newsroom and social media with FDA approvals and notifications relevant to oncology. In case you missed some of the updates, here is a comprehensive...
SURVIVEiT Cancer Navigation Tool Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

SURVIVEiT®’s Cancer Navigation Tool | Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

SURVIVEiT®’s Cancer Navigation Tool is here! Whether you’ve already created your plan, or you’re about to get started, here are some answers to FAQs. Does The Cancer Navigation Tool cover...
SURVIVEiT 10 ways to help a friend with cancer

10 Ways To Help A Friend With Cancer

When someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, it can be hard to know just what to do. Your first instinct is probably to try to help in any way...