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Explore Patient Stories
When you join Cancer Commons, you become part of a community of people like you who are trying to find better treatments for their cancer. Read their stories, and you’ll discover how Cancer Commons is making a real difference in their lives — and how it can make a difference for you or a loved one too.
In 2018, on a trip to Lake Tahoe, I went to the emergency room for excruciating belly pain that was keeping me from sleeping. To my surprise, the care team discovered that my pain was due to lymphoma. I soon started a ...View story
Grace is a lifelong singer who was first diagnosed with anal cancer in 2013 at the age of 70. Since then, she has undergone treatment for a number of recurrences. Most recently, after corresponding with Cancer Commons, ...View story
In April of 2017, I was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic triple negative breast cancer (mTNBC). Just two years prior, I had undergone treatment for primary stage 1 TNBC, which included a lumpectomy, four rounds of ...View story