Blue Faery partners with Imerman Angels to provide peer support
Blue Faery is thrilled to partner with Imerman Angels to provide peer-to-peer support services to the liver cancer community. We encourage you to register to be matched with a Mentor Angel or to volunteer to be a Mentor Angel. The process of receiving a match takes just a few days.
While Imerman recognizes that each cancer and life situation is unique, their goal is to connect cancer fighters, survivors and caregivers with “Mentor Angels” — a cancer survivor or caregiver who is as similar as possible in age, gender and most importantly, cancer experience. Mentor Angels give cancer fighters and caregivers the chance to ask personal questions and receive support from … read more
Blue Faery Joins HealthUnlocked To Create HCC Patient Forum
Blue Faery is proud to join HealthUnlocked to create the first online patient forum specifically for HCC patients and caregivers. Moderated by two HCC caregivers who lost their loved ones to this deadly disease, Blue Faery’s Liver Cancer Community is open to all HCC patients and their caregivers. The online, private, HIPPA-compliant forum respects patients and caregivers; they may join under an alias if they so desire though all communications are only seen by members.
Seeking Adults With Primary Liver Cancer
Seeking Adults With Primary Liver Cancer (Hepatocellular Carcinoma)
If you are an adult diagnosed with primary liver cancer (i.e., Hepatocellular Carcinoma), you may qualify for a research study. You will be paid up to $175 for your participation in an individual telephone interview.
If you would like to participate in this research project, please contact Loretta at (919) 307-5762 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Become a Blue Faery Community Ambassador
Later this year, in collaboration with HealthUnlocked, Blue Faery is launching our online patient community and we need your help! Ideally, a Blue Faery Community Ambassador is someone who has experience with liver cancer either as a patient or caregiver. You have been there — in the trenches. You know what it’s like. You can relate! Read more about this opportunity»