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Read inspiring stories from cancer survivors to learn how research is transforming patient care and saving lives.
Jazz musician and educator Billy Foster continues to work on his music as he battles metastatic kidney cancer.
For recently married James "Rocky" Lagno molecularly targeted therapy for his non-small cell lung cancer meant a return to a quality of life similar to what he enjoyed prior to his diagnosis.
After being diagnosed with stage 4 triple-negative breast cancer, Eva Joseph enrolled in a clinical trial for an immunotherapy-chemotherapy that has her enjoying retirement with her husband again.
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Lisa Quinn was totally devastated when she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer in July 2015. Eventually, however, she decided that she would make the most of the time that she has with her husband and young kids.
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Diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at the age of 34, Christine's cancer journey took her from asking "What did I do wrong?" to "What can I do now?"
When Bill's head and neck cancer spread and he was given a year to live, he turned to a clinical trial of an investigational cancer immunotherapy.
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Kimberly's life was rocked when she was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. She became an advocate for her health and then for others faced with cancer.
For two-time cancer survivor and advocate Howard Brown of Birmingham, Michigan, research provides hope while he lives with metastatic disease.
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