The Biden Cancer Initiative mission is to develop and drive implementation of solutions to accelerate progress in cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis, research, and care, and to reduce disparities in cancer outcomes.
Five Award Categories Open for Nominations
JUNE 14, 2018
Individuals and organizations can be nominated for each of these categories: prevention and early detection, reducing cancer disparities, patient navigation, survivorship, and LEAP (Leadership through Exemplary and Awesome Purpose). Submit a nomination.
Host a Biden Cancer Community Summit on September 21
JUNE 1, 2018
Have candid conversations about the cancer journey, share information and resources, and develop action plans needed to improve health outcomes throughout the cancer journey. Host a summit.
Commit to Progress through Partnerships
APRIL 17, 2018
We want to learn about transformative programs and partnerships you are committing to in response to Vice President and Dr. Biden’s call to action so that we may amplify your efforts and facilitate collaborations. Commit to progress today.
To Save and Improve Lives Using Data, Details Matter
MARCH 19, 2018 | JOE BIDEN, FORTUNE
Details matter when using patient data to save lives; Vice President Joe Biden says patients should have full electronic medical records within 24 hrs of request, a safe place to store and a trusted, standardized way to share them. Read more.
Mike DiMascio of Austin, TX shares how his family continues to cope with the aftermath of cancer.
Dr. Carol Brown’s Passion Is to Connect Patients to Innovation
Dr. Carol Brown of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center believes that more cancer patients need access to the latest and best advances.
Submit your inspiration or innovation story that captures the FIERCE we know is in everyone touched by cancer.