We are proud to support a number of resources and programs for oncology professionals, patients, and the entire cancer community. Whether you are an oncologist looking to further your knowledge or a patient looking for up-to-date cancer information, we are here to help.
Cancer patients need their team of doctors and nurses for expert guidance. Support the Conquer Cancer COVID-19 initiative, providing trusted information, research leadership, and high-quality care to patients and cancer care teams during and after the pandemic.
Conquer Cancer supports research grants for the brightest scientific minds in your community and around the world. Conquer Cancer has provided more than $135 million in research funding through more than 2,200 grants and awards in 77 countries. Many work in areas that are not often funded by other organizations, such as palliative care and rare cancers. This pipeline of talent and results will enrich cancer care and research for years to come.
CancerLinQ® is a cutting-edge health information technology (HIT) platform that is revolutionizing cancer care. By enabling us to learn from each of the millions of individual patients living with cancer nationwide, CancerLinQ improves the quality and value of cancer care for all.
The best cancer care starts with the best cancer information. That’s why Conquer Cancer supports Cancer.Net, the award-winning patient information website of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), as well as ASCO’s patient information program.
Conquer Cancer also supports the efforts of patient advocates. Conquer Cancer funding provides opportunities and resources to promote all types of advocacy, including the Patient Advocate Scholarship Program.
Conquer Cancer helps oncology professionals stay up-to-date with the latest knowledge by supporting online educational tools to further their professional development.
Conquer Cancer supports a variety of scientific meetings where oncology professionals come together to learn the latest breakthroughs and strategies to take back to their patients.