It takes a team to tackle cancer — the support of family and friends, as well as doctors, nurses and researchers seeking new treatments and cures. Together, we can answer cancer.Join us in our fight against cancer by supporting the American Cancer Society’s life-saving research and resources.
Teaming Up to Support Cancer Research
Jacelyn Walsh, a 41-year-old mother of two, relapsed three times in her battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After trying CAR T-cell therapy at UChicago Medicine, she has hope for the future.
Antoinette Barnes-Murdock is a poster child for why lung cancer screening is important.
After many treatments for stage 3 diffuse B-cell lymphoma failed, Scott McIntyre of South Bend, Ind., became the first patient to undergo CAR T-cell therapy in a clinical trial at the University of Chicago Medicine. Today, the 56-year-old truck dealer has no signs of any remaining cancer.Watch Video Watch Video With Transcript
Share How You've Tackled Cancer 'Together'
It takes a team to take on cancer – the support of family and friends, as well as doctors, nurses and researchers seeking new treatments and cures. Tell us how your team worked together to #AnswerCancer.Share your story
UChicago Medicine Surges Ahead With Revolutionary CAR T-cell Cancer Treatment
UChicago Medicine's clinical trials for CAR T-cell therapy are showing so much promise for certain blood cancers that more studies are being started, FDA approvals are on the horizon, and pharmaceutical companies are hovering.Learn more about what's new in CAR T-cell therapy.
Aspiring Teacher Ready to Spread Her Wings After Beating Leukemia
In 2012, Rachael Elliott was attending community college with plans to transfer to a four-year school and then pursue a teaching career. But then cancer nearly grounded her.View a video and read Rachel's inspiring story
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