Join our ImmunoCommunity and share your story!
Learning from others who have gone through similar cancer journeys and challenges can be very helpful in your search for answers. The ImmunoCommunity is designed to connect members through stories and shared experiences, and to help you navigate your cancer treatment options.
If you have previously registered on the site, great news! You are already a member of the ImmunoCommunity, and you can find your profile here. If not, here is how to join us for an enhanced experience with the site.
The featured stories on the site were just the first steps in introducing the ImmunoCommunity to the world. Now you will be able to share your own story and experience with immunotherapy. These inspirational stories on TheA2C may have helped you through your treatment journey with immunotherapy. Perhaps your story will provide some hope for someone else.
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Personal support and knowledge from someone who has been there before can mean so much during the sometimes difficult cancer treatment journey. Our ImmunoAdvocates page features members of the ImmunoCommunity who are volunteering just that. You can reach out to them directly to ask questions, and share experiences with immunotherapy.
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Others may benefit from hearing your experience and treatment journey.
Hi there! I’m Emily. Since finishing treatment for breast cancer, I’ve enjoyed connecting with others in all phases of the cancer journey.
Deborah W. was 41 when she was first diagnosed with stage III melanoma. After she was treated at NYU's Laura...
In 2009, Ann Silberman was diagnosed with stage 2 HER2 positive breast cancer, and was treated with surgery...
I'm Donna, and I've been living with stage 4 lung cancer since 2012. I was treated with nivolumab in a clinical trial.
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