Our Community

Connecting patients, family caregivers, researchers, clinicans and advocates who care for and about cancer survivors.

We connect patients, family caregivers, researchers, clinicans and advocates who care for and about cancer survivors. 

We share stories and helpful tips and invite you to share your stories, ideas and programs with our community too.  


Survivorship Stories Impact Doctors

Dr. Aleesha Adatia carries message from survivorship celebration at Stanford back home to Tanzania.

> Read more about Dr. Adatia’s Experience


Animated Video About Survivorship

Living with cancer is challenging.  After the end of active treatment, there may be many questions.  For most cancer survivors and caregivers, life after cancer is different in important ways.

The Power of Our Cancer Stories

Our stories about cancer survival are powerful. Martin Inderbitzin, PhD shared his story about being a pancreatic cancer survivor at Stanford on June 6th.

> Read More about The Power of Our Cancer Stories

COVID 19: What Cancer Patients Need to Know

Kids Enjoy Support at Camp Kesem

Camp Kesem at Stanford provides an opportunity for kids impacted by a parent's cancer to get support from their peers and adult volunteers. Camp Kesem offers a fun filled week of camp and a year-round community. 

> Read More about Camp Kesem

Caring Blog

New post in Caring blog!

Cultures vary in their approach to caregiving, shaping caregiving of those with cancer. Here are some tips on caregiving within cultures.

> Read More about How Cultural Aspects of Caregiving Can Influence Cancer Care


NEW BLOG on Sexual Health and Family Building

Catherine Benedict, PhD describes how the impact of a cancer diagnosis and treatment can affect your sexual health and your ability to build a family in the future.

> Read More about Welcome to Our New Blog on Sexual Health and Family Building


Animated Video About Health Library


Survivorship Stories


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