Transforming cancer treatment,
one patient at a time.

How Cancer Commons Works

We help patients, physicians, and providers identify and access personalized treatments that are beyond the standard of care. We continuously learn from every patient, sharing life-saving knowledge to benefit many others.

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For Patients

Cancer Commons puts patients at the center of care. We provide you with a full view of all treatment options that you and your provider may consider. We stay with you throughout your treatment, and we apply what we learn to help everyone.

  • Get clarity
  • Understand
    latest options
  • Connect to
    experts
  • Access
    treatments
To Patients Portal

For Physicians

We help physicians prioritize cancer treatment options based on expert judgement and outcomes data, and enroll their patients in a longitudinal registry study to continuously learn. We’re building new systems to close the gap between research and care.

  • Just-in-time
    knowledge for
    your patient
  • Get input from other experts
  • Learn about investigational therapies
  • Contribute
    your
    expertise
To Physicians Portal

Cancer Insights

The latest in cancer research and perspectives

Using Real World Evidence to Show Initial Results of a Drug Combination in Pancreatic Cancer Patients

In-Depth Insights |  Written by Lola Rahib, PhD

In collaboration with xCures and the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, Cancer Commons presented initial findings from our real-world data registry on a novel treatment combination for pancreatic cancer patients at a ...

Renal Cell Cancer Treatment: The Old, the Almost Old, and the New

In-Depth Insights |  Written by Emma Shtivelman, PhD

Clear cell renal cell cancer (ccRCC) is the predominant type of kidney cancer, accounting for 70% to 75% of all kidney cancers. Here, I ...

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Weathering the Perfect Storm of the Vaping Threat

Curious Dr. George

A Q&A with Alan Blum, MD, who founded the Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society in 1999 at The University of Alabama, where he ...

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