Celebrate GIST Awareness Day (GAD) at a GIST Day of Learning from 8-11am on July 20th at The Nairobi Hospital Cancer Center with Henzo Kenya, in partnership with The Nairobi Hospital and The Max Foundation. [...]
The Max Foundation is planning a special day for Friends of Max (FOM) on Sunday, July 14th in Mumbai, India to observe and celebrate GIST Day of Awareness (GAD) 2019. This is the annual Patient [...]
Hello NY Metro area GISTers! Please let me know if you are able to join us this year at our annual GIST Awareness Day luncheon on July 13th at 1:00 pm. July 13th at 1:00 [...]
This Personal Cancer Survival Plan is based upon practical observations gained from my experience [Norman Scherzer] of keeping my wife alive with a rare cancer called GIST (Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor) for 22 years after she was given six months to live, and hundreds of patient medical histories and stories that come across The Life Raft Group forums and medical databases.
Alianza GIST and Fundacion GIST Chile are going all out to raise awareness for GIST Awareness Day. Launched in 2014, GIST Awareness Day is a global effort to bring awareness about GIST, (Gastrointestinal Stromal [...]
The Life Raft Group and UCSD hosted a three-day event at University of California, San Diego UCSD-Moores Cancer Center from July 13th through July 15th. A GIST Awareness Day (GAD) event took place on July [...]
Columbia University Medical Center, New York-Presbyterian and the Life Raft Group have entered into a collaborative effort to advance research to find a cure for GIST using a novel therapeutic approach and patient-driven data. [...]
On July 13th, the Life Raft Group will be celebrating the third annual GIST Awareness Day! Every year, our goal is to increase awareness about GIST worldwide. This year, we are celebrating GAD with our [...]
The LRG is gearing up for our third annual GIST Awareness Day (GAD) on July 13, 2017 with our theme, Be a #Hero4Cancer. GIST Awareness Day was created in 2014 with the goal of raising [...]
The Gift of Time theme applies to everyone. If you are newly diagnosed, a long-term survivor, a caregiver, a doctor, a student and just about anyone – this is an opportunity to recognize how valuable time is.