The social media-powered, patient-driven Metastatic Breast Cancer Project aims to speed cures
May 24, 2016
| By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service
Dr. Corrie Painter first turned to Facebook to find others who shared her rare, aggressive cancer. It was her first step on a path from the bench to the bed to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, where as a scientist-turned-patient-turned-advocate, she directs an unusual collaboration between patients and researchers called the Metastatic Breast Cancer Project.
Former SCCA nurse writes about profound lessons in living, dying, healing
Feb. 19, 2016
| By Bill Briggs
As both an oncology nurse and an author, Susan Horn-Cherry aims to “let people know how beautiful they are, just the way they are." What started out as a letter to her own kids became a book for all children — and for all the cancer patients she's cared for over the years.
A Fred Hutch researcher speaks out on the human cost of the ‘unfettered, unbridled greed’ within our health care system
Feb. 11, 2016
| By Dr. Gary Lyman, as told to Diane Mapes
As an oncologist, I've had patients delay or actually stop treatment because of the high cost. They're stopping and they're dying as a result. That's why I've taken a stand with many of my colleagues around the country to call attention to these pricing issues and how unsustainable and devastating they are to our patients.
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