On July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush, signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the world's first comprehensive civil rights law for people with disabilities. The ADA is a federal law that protects people with disabilities from discrimination, offers equality opportunities is different...

by Pam Braun Remember that childhood card game? Used to be fun…not so much anymore, now that we are attempting to prevent or survive cancer. Fish, and everything about it, now seems extremely confusing. Should we eat it, should we not? What kind should we eat? Does...

We recently were introduced to a group that has found a creative way for individuals to help fund cancer research.  moleCures(mol-e-cures), is a new crowdfunding platform that connects donors directly to researchers to fast track funding to ground breaking innovation. Similar to Kickstarter or our friends...

by Jenna McDavid Program Manager, National LGBT Cancer Network In 2013, the National LGBT Cancer Network and LGBT HealthLink surveyed over 300 LGBTQ-identified cancer survivors and found that, overwhelmingly, our communities needed LGBTQ-targeted support. Mainstream, “straight-identified” cancer support groups too often left our people’s cancer experiences shut...

Do you have a health insurance plan that you bought from HealthCare.gov? If so, this blog is especially for you . . . [caption id="attachment_806" align="alignleft" width="300"] Source: Kaiser Family Foundation[/caption] The cancer community is anxiously awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the King v....