2022 Blue Faery Award Nomination Period Opens
On November 1, the 2022 Blue Faery Award for Excellence in Liver Cancer Research open for nominations. We have switched from an email submission process to an electronic form. For more details including the 2022 guidelines, go to our Blue Faery Award page.
Blue Faery partners with Perthera
Do you want a precision cancer analysis of your tumor so that you know your exact condition and what is driving your liver cancer?
Do you want your own tumor board comprised of liver cancer experts so you can feel confident about your treatment options?
We have entered into a relationship with Perthera, a full-service precision medicine company focused on helping patients in their fight against cancer. At no cost to you, Perthera will work with you and your doctor to develop your personalized Perthera Report.
- You must have a current diagnosis of primary liver cancer
- You must be seeing an oncologist for treatment of your disease
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
Three tips to protect yourself from COVID-19
From President Andrea Wilson
COVID-19 has scared everyone! But most of us 👨👩👧 are not in the “high-risk” category.
However, if you are a cancer patient going through treatment 😷 OR if your immune system is compromised in any way, 🥺
you may be more at risk of getting the virus and you must be more careful.
Check out these three tips that kept my sister safe during her cancer journey. She never got pneumonia even when her white blood cell count was ZERO. 😮
Download our free COVID-19 checklist!