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The Biomarker Collaborative is a community of biomarker groups dedicated to helping patients with a biomarkers live normal lives.

A gene or protein is a biomarker that can drive the growth of cancer cells. Many biomarkers have been identified and even more will be tomorrow. Patient, caregiver, family and friends impacted by biomarker have come together to create biomarker support groups.

Our Mission

Creating A Community

A gene or protein is a biomarker that can drive the growth of cancer cells. Many biomarkers have been identified and even more will be tomorrow. Patient, caregiver, family and friends impacted by biomarker have come together to create biomarker support groups.

Navigating Healthcare System

Helping patient harboring a biomarker navigate the healthcare system.

Advocating

Advocate for new screening, testing and treatment options.

Collaborating

Collaborating with like-minded associations in the fight against cancer.

Collaborating

Each biomarker group maintains a Facebook Group where patients, caregivers, family and friends can have a personal dialogue. Our Facebook Groups are typically limited exclusively to patients, caregivers, family and friends. It is a place where you can freely ask and answer questions to others just like you. As new developments in research or treatments are available, they are providata from current research and symposiums. If while reading any materials, you don’t understand the information, you can ask ts, caregivers, family and friends can have a personal dialogue. Our Facebook Groups are typically limited exclusively to patients, caregivers, family and friends. It is a place where you can freely ask and answer questions to others just like you. As new developments in research or treatments are available, they are providata from current research and symposiums. If while reading any materials, you don’t understand the information, you can ask your group.

Post your questions. Answer other’s questions. Share your learnings. Join in the conversation.

To get the most value out of a biomarker group participate. Post your questions. Answer other’s questions. Share your learnings. Join in the conversation. Tell your story and if comfortable, share your treatment experiences.

Many groups maintain a Twitter handle where you can join in or follow our conversations with the wider cancer community.

Navigating the Healthcare System

Each biomarker group maintains a Facebook Group where patients, caregivers, family and friends can have a personal dialogue. Our Facebook Groups are typically limited exclusively to patients, caregivers, family and friends. It is a place where you can freely ask and answer questions to others just like you. As new developments in research or treatments are available, they are providata from current research and symposiums. If while reading any materials, you don’t understand the information, you can ask ts, caregivers, family and friends can have a personal dialogue. Our Facebook Groups are typically limited exclusively to patients, caregivers, family and friends. It is a place where you can freely ask and answer questions to others just like you. As new developments in research or treatments are available, they are providata from current research and symposiums. If while reading any materials, you don’t understand the information, you can ask your group.

Advocating for New Screening, Testing and Treatment Options

Every biomarker group advocates both independently and together with others in the funding of cancer research. Tomorrow’s screening, testing and treatments begin with today’s research.

We represent our communities’ needs to doctors, researcher, government and pharmaceutical companies. This advocacy aids in developing the cutting-edge therapies which will benefit current and future patients.

Collaborating

Finding a cure for cancer is a huge task. It takes an army of like-minded individuals working together. The biomarker groups collectively advocate for all our members. However. some tasks are so large we need to work with larger national lung cancer advocacy groups who has the scale to accomplish the big tasks. For these large tasks, we work with these national organizations as part of a larger lung cancer advocacy team.