Cancer survivors are everywhere, but are we taking the opportunity to ask, "How has it changed you?" Opening my eyes and asking that question has changed me.
A search of National Cancer Institute website shows no new kidney cancer trials anywhere in the United States, same as last week. It's time to fund new research.
Mike Venable’s latest writing is a story of what he has gone through to fight kidney cancer and spend another day with the love of his life.
When we announced KCCure, we were touched by messages sent to us through the website, Facebook and Twitter, from people struggling with kidney cancer.
Thanks to Politico for this great call-out on KCCure co-founder and President Dena Battle!
Even with tough cancers like kidney cancer, we can see miracles. In genetics research, we are seeing the miracle of the blueprint of cancer slowly unfolding.
When it comes to kidney cancer, a tie isn’t good enough. We need a win. Join our fundraising effort, No Tie July, and help us raise life-saving research dollars. Here’s how you can participate.
Some of you have known Gary and me for years. We have been fighting kidney cancer for more than a decade, but we still move forward with hope.
This is a task list of a dying man. I see it whenever I click the “reminder icon” on my phone. Will you add a few items to your task list?
Roll Call's Warren Rojas covered KCCure's story and our upcoming, month-long fundraising effort, No Tie July.
Knowing the drug names and suffixes and figuring out which drug fits with what is important – and not just so you can pretend like you’re an oncologist on TV.
KCCure was founded by three dedicated individuals who have each been personally impacted by kidney cancer.
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