Recent Twitter Posts From Supported Charities

Watch this @letswinpc video featuring the Nelson brothers.
Their family is a poster child for #PancreaticCancer interception. Scott is our tireless patient advocate on the @SU2C @lustgartenfdn team.
Find out more at @GenerateStudy. #GI20

Thanks to a generous donor, BCRF is able to support this innovative study designed to bring new treatment options for patients with metastatic triple negative breast cancer.

However you get your steps in or smash your distance, sign up to #WalkAllOverCancer today and help raise money for life-saving research. Sign up now:

"Given the recognized public health benefits of sunscreen use, the FDA strongly advises all Americans to continue to use sunscreens in conjunction with other sun protective measures (such as protective clothing)." #melanoma

Win an exclusive experience at Super Bowl LIV in Miami! MEET ME at the game, enjoy pre-game sideline passes and more! 100% of proceeds help communities in need to fight cancer. Just click & donate $10 to @AmericanCancerSociety to enter for a chance to win!

Les immunothérapies par cellules CAR T sur les talons des tumeurs solides: un film de nickel+titane permettrait de les implanter de façon efficace au contact des tumeurs.
#immunothérapie #CARTcells

The Pap test can help detect #cervicalcancer early, when it's easier to treat, permitting pre-cancerous cells to be removed to prevent cervical cancer from developing. Learn more:

“Traveler there is no path, the path is made by walking // Caminante, no hay camino, se hace camino al andar.” #FearlessSquad xo

#Cookies for a cure! When you use code TJM2020 during checkout at, 10% of each @tiffstreats sale made will be donated back to our #cancerresearch. At the end of January, the charity with the highest sales will also receive a $10,000 donation. Order today!

La survie globale médiane des femmes atteintes d’un cancer du sein métastatique triple négatif augmentée grâce à l’immunothérapie : les résultats prometteurs d'une étude soutenue par @FondationARC et promue par @GroupeUNICANCER @FAndreMD @thomas_bachelot

This week is #CervicalCancerPreventionWeek. Figures published yesterday show a steep 54% rise in cervical cancer rates among 25 to 29-year-olds – but why? See this thread 👇 (1/5)

A recent study from @RambamHCC comparing chronic pain patients using medical marijuana to non-users found medical marijuana users had less difficulty sleeping through the night.

#MedicalMarijuana #ChronicPain

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