Deciding on treatment for advanced cancer is overwhelming on your own.
Cancer Commons provides compassionate support as we identify and help you access the best diagnostic and treatment options.
We are unbiased and patient-centric. Our priority is you.
Over 10 years, we have helped 10,000+ advanced and metastatic cancer patients and caregivers with one-on-one support.
Our expert team is passionate about helping you find and understand your options. Together we will create a personalized plan of action you can share with your oncologist.
We invite everyone to join an upcoming educational webinar that will focus on challenges, strategies, and resources for loved ones of cancer patients—particularly those affected by advanced or metastatic cancer. You Are Not Alone—Validating the Caregiver Experience, will be offered virtually on May 18, 2022, at 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET. Many who reach out to Cancer Commons for help are among… Read more »
We invite everyone to join a March 2 webinar featuring Cancer Commons Chief Scientist Emma Shtivelman, PhD, in conversation with Cancer Commons Editor in Chief George Lundberg, MD. They will discuss cutting-edge options and trends in breast cancer treatment. The conversation offers an opportunity for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and medical professionals to understand the latest significant advancements in treating metastatic breast cancer, engage… Read more »
A virtual tumor board program launched at Cancer Commons in 2020 has shown preliminary promise in helping pancreatic cancer patients identify and access treatments, clinical trials, and diagnostic opportunities tailored to each patient’s individual case. Our Director of Scientific and Clinical Affairs, Lola Rahib, PhD, led evaluation of the initial success of the program, which is presented today at the American Society of Clinical… Read more »
You’re not alone. Cancer Commons is a great resource and sounding board to ask questions and get advice and support.
Advanced breast cancer patient
When questions arose about my husband’s case, one of the researchers (Matthew) took time to personally call me and discuss his case.
Wife of glioblastoma patient
Clear information with caring follow-up.
Sister of a pancreatic cancer patient
It is so overwhelming to try to do research on your own for clinical trials for your loved one—especially when you are trying to take care of the person you love, work full-time, take care of myself and my family. Looking through all the clinical trials I did before finding Cancer Commons, I was completely lost. I am not a doctor and didn’t understand... Read more »
Wife of a cancer patient
Cancer Commons is extremely engaged and proactive. Its professionals have directed us towards interesting avenues to explore in our search for additional treatment options.
Spouse of stage IV ovarian cancer victim