Why cancerGO and Why Now? -Bridging the Gap in Cancer Conversations

Why cancerGO and Why Now? -Bridging the Gap in Cancer Conversations

cancerGO Founders
cancerGO Founders
Our Story - Why Now | cancerGO

Cancer conversations are often fragmented due to the sheer amount of information that needs to be communicated. Diagnoses, treatments, medications, and progress can all be tricky topics for many people involved in the cancer care process. Add to this the complexity of dealing with multiple healthcare providers and family members who may not understand what is going on or have entirely different opinions on how a patient should proceed with their care. Cancer conversations are so fragmented that there are endless lost opportunities to access care, cancer-related information, equipment or accessories, knowledge, and financial savings. Cancer makes these lost opportunities especially painful.

That’s where cancerGO comes in, A platform to help you stay connected with peer-to-peer support, access educational information and essential resources, and remain informed on the available clinical trials. The app is designed to be used by patients and their caregivers—so no matter where you are, you will have easy access to critical information anytime. And the best part? All this information is stored securely on cloud-based servers, which means it can be accessed from anywhere in the world with an internet connection!

With cancerGo, we are taking cancer conversations global! Our mission is to bridge the divide between cancer-affected patients, survivors, family members, and oncology professionals on one designated platform for cancer. We are determined to create a space where folks worldwide can connect to support one another’s journey.

We are thrilled to be extending the invitation and allowing users to connect with others facing cancer or who have experienced it before. We hope this movement will take off – starting conversations across continents and bringing people together in a shared effort to support one another through an arduous journey.

Thank you,

Vino Cherian & Pinaki Saha

cancerGO Founders
cancerGO Founders
With a common goal of destigmatizing cancer, the founders at cancerGO are determined to bridge the gap in communication and help educate people everywhere. Their unique backgrounds in clinical oncology operations and deep tech expertise equip them for this ambitious mission which seeks to empower individuals around the world about one of society's most challenging topics, "Cancer."

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Where are people to listen, answer questions, share information, and offer valuable and timely advice