Join The Life Raft Group for a GIST Q&A with LRG Science Director Jerry Call to be held on April 28. Jerry will answer all of your GIST questions live!
The Life Raft Group is excited to announce that we will be partnering with the National Institutes of Health to launch the first Pediatric GIST Virtual Tumor Board!* Due to severe funding cuts that reduced [...]
There are a number of side effects caused by GIST medications. Altered taste syndrome is a common and annoying side effect for many GIST patients. Gleevec and Sutent have a bitter taste associated with them, like [...]
Research!America and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network held a meeting in New York this year to discuss ways to restructure clinical trials to find a cure for cancer.
As of April 01, 2014 All Pfizer Patient Assistance Programs have been consolidated into one program called Pfizer RxPathwaysTM.
Approximately less than one minute into talking with Mariel and Terrance Pridmore, one thing became very clear—they cannot wait to go back to camp.
The results of a retrospective study indicated that patients with metastatic gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GIST) who are able to achieve complete macroscopic surgical resection of their disease may be able to achieve long-term survival.
In this spirit of appreciation, the Life Raft Group invited the local GIST community to a special dinner just to say thanks.
People around the world acquire life insurance policies for different reasons. It’s a common approach to protect one’s assets and cover debts should any life-changing circumstance occur, such as cancer.
Over 80 GISTers and their loved ones gathered from all over to attend the 3rd annual GIST Day of Learning (GDOL) in Miami, held on February 9, to hear from the team of experts at University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center.