Category Archives: advocacy

Barking Up the Wrong Tree…

Let me begin this post by saying that this is an issue I know a bit about.  As a 2 x advanced ovarian cancer survivor, a carrier of the Breast Cancer Antigen gene (BRCA2) and mother of a previvor (survivor of a predispositon to cancer due to being a BRCA carrier), I could play on …

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Brilliant Minds and Committed Hearts…

I recently had the privilege of attending the American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting .  The meeting is the annual gathering of more than 25,000 doctors and healthcare professionals that work in the oncology field.   This year’s meeting was titled “Building Bridges to Conquer Cancer.” The ASCO website describes this by saying that “attendees …

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John Tanner's Barbecue Blog

One man's search for a rich, full life -- mainly barbecue.

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The Musings of a Cancer Research Advocate

It's All About the Evidence...