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June is Cancer Immunotherapy Month

Join the movement and help us raise awareness of cancer immunotherapy and how it is revolutionizing cancer treatment today. It is often hard to know how to help, but we have selected 5 easy ways you can make a difference. You can do one, or do them all, it’s up to you.

Everything you do takes us one step closer to whiting out cancer. Let’s do this together.

- See more at: http://cancerresearch.org/get-involved/cancer-immunotherapy-month/five-things-you-can-do-right-now#sthash.K6ENWdTw.dpuf

Join the movement and help us raise awareness of cancer immunotherapy and how it is revolutionizing cancer treatment today. It is often hard to know how to help, but we have selected 5 easy ways you can make a difference. You can do one, or do them all, it’s up to you.

Everything you do takes us one step closer to whiting out cancer. Let’s do this together.

- See more at: http://cancerresearch.org/get-involved/cancer-immunotherapy-month/five-things-you-can-do-right-now#sthash.K6ENWdTw.dpuf

Want to learn about the lifesaving potential of cancer immunotherapy? Join us in June of 2017 for a series of educational and fundraising events designed to raise awareness of cancer immunotherapy.

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Get Involved

  • Calendar of Events

    June 2016 was full of activity! See the complete calendar for more details.

  • Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy

    A short, patient-friendly video that discusses the differences between these two types of cancer treatment.

  • #WhiteOutCancer

    The #WhiteOutCancer hashtag reached more than 3.2 million people in our 2016 campaign.

    A day-long fundraising and awareness event on June 7 where individuals wear white in support of Cancer Immunotherapy Awareness Month. - See more at: http://cancerresearch.org/get-involved/cri-events/cancer-immunotherapy-awareness-month#sthash.EtgZGwAF.dpuf

  • Answer to Cancer Cycling Event

    Hundreds of cyclists participated in our ride through West Point, NY, on June 25, 2016.

  • Webinar Mini-Series

    Patients will learn about what to expect in participating in clinical trials.

  • Ask a Scientist

    Our immunotherapy experts answers questions from patients about clinical trials, immunotherapy for different types of cancer, and more.

    CRI’s immunotherapy experts answering questions from our patient community about clinical trials, daily life with immunotherapy, treatments for specific types of cancer, and more. - See more at: http://www.cancerresearch.org/askascientist#sthash.4ELKuu3T.dpuf
    CRI’s immunotherapy experts answering questions from our patient community about clinical trials, daily life with immunotherapy, treatments for specific types of cancer, and more. - See more at: http://www.cancerresearch.org/askascientist#sthash.4ELKuu3T.dpuf

patient Immunotherapy stories

Watch more videos of patients sharing their experience with cancer immunotherapy, and share your own story at TheAnswerToCancer.org.

  • Meet Ariella

    Ariella tried 14 different treatments for Hodgkin lymphoma before enrolling in an immunotherapy clinical trial.

  • Meet Stephen

    Stephen, diagnosed with metastatic colorectal cancer at 28, shares his experience in an immunotherapy clinical trial.

  • Meet Karen

    When Karen’s chronic leukemia kicked into high gear, she went straight for an immunotherapy clinical trial.

  • Meet Philip

Corporate Partners and Supporters

A special thank you to the organizations and companies who have partnered with us for Cancer Immunotherapy Month™. If you would like to discuss how your organization can join in 2017, please contact Sharon Slade at sslade@cancerresearch.org.

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partnership Opportunities

Contact Sharon Slade at sslade@cancerresearch.org or (212) 688-7515 x230.