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scientific research. We’re tackling it head-on with an ambitious new
Receiving a diagnosis is the first step in a longer journey. Over the next eight
weeks, we'll explore that journey in a four-part, multimedia story.
"I could feel it for weeks, but it just didn't occur to me that it could be cancer." cards.twitter.com/cards/18ce53uy… #bcsm
Pick up the new issue of @cenmag! Mike Varney—our new research chief—talks to @lisamjarvis abt the long view of drug discovery & much more.
#TBT: In 2012, we took a kayaking trip w/ @FirstDescents to learn how they help people see beyond their DX: ow.ly/L9zl8
Congrats to our own Sara Kenkare-Mitra, honored this week with a @UCSF 150th Anniversary Alumni Excellence Award! ow.ly/L6Oqq
A big thanks to everyone—patients, doctors, sponsors, @KenBurns @GoodmanBarak @SU2C @PBS, Dr. Sid—who made #CancerFilm possible.
April is #DonateLife Month! Watch our new PSA on #organdonation featuring @ErikCompton3 here: ow.ly/L5HoW
Chapter 3 of "Beyond The Diagnosis is now live: gene.com/stories/beyond…. To start at Chapter 1, click here: gene.com/stories/beyond…
MT @SU2C: Ep 1 of #CancerFilm illuminated important themes from #cancer’s history. Tune in tonight for Ep 2 on @PBS!
Thank you to all who helped raise #ColonCancer awareness this month. Remember to #GoLiveYourLife!
Tune in to @PBS tonight for the premiere of @KenBurns 3-night #CancerFilm doc. Watch the trailer here: ow.ly/KIoCj
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