Cancer Immunotherapy Month Events in June 2020

Cancer Immunotherapy Month is a series of educational and social events designed to raise awareness of this promising new cancer treatment. Check out some of the exciting activities we have planned for you!

June 1

Immunotherapy Patient Stories iconVideo: Patient Immunotherapy Story

Meet someone treated with immunotherapy. Trace their journey from diagnosis through treatment to today.

June 4

Blog Posts - latest from ASCOBlog: ASCO 2020 Recap

Learn about headline-grabbing research, practice-changing medicine, and new innovations in cancer immunotherapy from the world's largest oncology conference.

June 7

Ribbon Icon for Cancer Survivors DayCancer Survivors Day

National Cancer Survivors Day® is a celebration for those who have survived, an inspiration for those recently diagnosed, a gathering of support for families, and an outreach to the community.

June 12

CIM_icons_wear_white_day100X100.pngWear White Day

Join the global awareness day and discover A Future Immune to Cancer. Wear white, snap a selfie, and share why you support cancer immunotherapy research with the hashtag #Immune2Cancer on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.

June 18

CIM Immuno-Oncology Event IconEvent: Immuno-Oncology – A Future Look

This intimate, invitation-only event for media and health care investment analysts will be hosted by Cancer Research Institute at the New York Academy of Sciences. It will feature both a panel of leading academic scientific experts in immunotherapy and a fireside chat with chief science officers representing pharma and biotech leaders to share their points of view on what’s next in the IO field.

June 24

CIM Webinar IconWebinar: Understanding Genomics and Genetic Testing in Cancer Immunotherapy

In this webinar for patients and caregivers, our expert discusses the current state of genetic testing for cancer patients in the clinic as well as highlights efforts to tap into the full potential of genome-based medicine.


*Immunotherapy results may vary from patient to patient.