Materials for Patients and Caregivers
Downloadable and printed resources
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Get printed copies of select resources
A Guide to I-O for Patients and Caregivers*
Learn about I-O and why it is considered to be a different approach to fight cancer.
A Guide to I-O in Blood Cancers for Patients and Caregivers*
Learn about the role of I-O in blood cancers and what happens during I-O treatment.
Guide to Understanding I-O and Clinical Trial Results*
Learn about the field of I-O, from revealing the power of the immune system in cancer to realizing its broad potential.
Cancer Advocacy Resource Flashcard
Learn about the role of advocacy organizations in providing support for patients with cancer.
Biomarker Advocacy Resource Flashcard
Helps explain key information on biomarkers, biomarker testing and advocacy organizations for support.
Adolescent Young Adult Advocacy Resource Flashcard
Learn about the role of advocacy organizations in providing support to adolescent young adults with cancer.
Garden Analogy Cling*†
Learn about the difference between treatment types through a gardening analogy.
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