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Fight Colorectal Cancer (Fight CRC) has collaborated with Flatiron Health to develop a smartphone application for its Late-Stage, MSS-CRC Clinical Trial Finder. The first-of-its-kind app — now available for both iOS and Android — enables patients with late-stage Microsatellite Stable (MSS) colorectal cancer to research relevant clinical trials via their phone.
Although Minority Health Awareness Month is drawing to an end, the fight for equity in healthcare isn’t over.
 
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Dr. Jinsil Seong, Professor at Yonsei University Medical College, is honored for her ground-breaking work in primary liver cancer.
Triage Cancer provides updated materials to help you with open enrollment, as well as share new resources you might find helpful.
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When someone is faced with a cancer diagnosis and treatment, they often wonder “do I need to go out on disability?” Unfortunately, they aren’t always sure what that actually means, or that it could mean multiple things.
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