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This month, Cancer Commons earned the 2020 Platinum Seal of Transparency from GuideStar, a database that helps the public evaluate the performance of all nonprofits in the U.S. The Platinum… Read more »
A new article published by Lets Win! Pancreatic Cancer highlights our virtual tumor boards, which provide “a highly customized experience, connecting patients with our collaborative network of nurse navigators, PhD scientists, and… Read more »
A new article published in J. The Jewish News of Northern California tells the tale of our founder, Marty Tenenbaum, PhD, and how his own experience with metastatic melanoma inspired him to create… Read more »
Our network brings together leading cancer experts, including physicians, clinical researchers, and laboratory scientists
It has been extremely gratifying to see how Cancer Commons has brought clarity and greater access to this expertise through its convening and curation.
Keith Flaherty, MD
Cancer Commons Advisor
Cancer Commons helped give me peace of mind with my treatment decision. Chief scientist Emma Shtivelman’s expert, science-based opinion made such logical sense, and it also felt right in my... Read more »
Breast cancer patient
In a field as complex and dynamic as molecular oncology in 2020, Cancer Commons offers an amazing opportunity for patients with advanced cancer to obtain scientifically up-to-date additional options that... Read more »
Gavin Gordon, PhD
This free-of-charge, high-quality information service is a wonderful resource for patients with advanced cancer.
Hope S. Rugo, MD
UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
What I appreciate the most about Emma is her human goodness and empathy. I have never felt I was just a case for her.
Cervical cancer survivor