MyPART’s mission is to engage patients as partners in rare tumor research. As an advocacy partner, our aim is to improve the outcomes of patients with rare tumors and identify and engage patients through education and the dissemination of information.
Symposium aimed to accelerate cancer research and to make more therapies available to more patients, while also improving our ability to prevent cancer and detect it at an early stage through individual projects.
The Ottawa GIST Day of Learning (GDOL) was hosted by the Life Raft Group Canada and the LRG's Pete Knox presented on SideEQ virtually.
Dr. D’Amato’s passion for her patients guides her on this newest leg of her professional journey in Miami with mentor and GIST expert clinician and researcher, Dr. Jonathan Trent.
As a representative for the country, I would first like to identify the number of GIST cases in the country. My next task would be to raise awareness about this tumor, and let people realize that it is manageable with medical treatment.
The Life Raft Group’s Outreach & Engagement department is excited to announce that we are launching a LRG community cookbook which will be sold at the upcoming Life Fest in July 2020.
Each member has a unique story, but all reflect the intrinsic courage of one facing the challenge of GIST. Joel Sherr shares his story.
This webinar teaches the basics of The Life Raft Group's new software, GIST CHAT, which will replace our patient ListServ.
Dr. Nikhil Guhagarkar discusses the dental and oral complications of drugs used in GIST treatment and treatment of these side effects.
The 17th Pediatric and Wildtype GIST Clinic was held at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland on September 25-27, 2019. The Clinic was a collaboration amongst researchers, specialists, patient advocates, patients, and family members, with the goal of furthering the knowledge of SDH-deficient Gastrointestinal Stromal (GIST) tumors in order to develop more effective therapies.