Welcome Katie Wilcox, our newest Advisory Board Member!

Welcome Katie Wilcox, our newest Advisory Board Member!

We'd like to announce and introduce you to our newest CancerQ Advisory Board Member, Katie Wilcox!

Katie serves as Senior Manager of National Events at the Bonnie J Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and oversees all aspects of ALCF's national fundraising efforts. Prior to coming to ALCF, Katie worked at several large corporations, but when her mother passed away from cancer she chose to pursue work in the non-profit health sector. Most recently she worked for the American Cancer Society.

Let's pull, not push resources. And how you can help.

Let's pull, not push resources. And how you can help.

Every hour in the US alone, 200 people will be diagnosed with cancer.

That's a lot of loved ones, a lot of friends, family members, and co-workers now faced with the task of fighting cancer.

At the same time, given the rise of the internet and amount of information online, that's a lot of individuals and their families that are going to be conducting online research. Looking up symptoms, side effects, diagnosis, resources, tools, medicines, treatment options - on and on.

This will make you care about cancer.

This will make you care about cancer.

The American Cancer Society estimates that 1 in 3 women and as many as 1 in 2 men will face cancer in their lifetimes. *

But before we forecast, let's look at the current state of cancer in America: 

There are currently 13.7 million Americans living with cancer.

1.7 million are being diagnosed every year. 

That means, at this very moment, there are approximately 15.4 million Americans living with a history of cancer, currently facing cancer, or that just got diagnosed this year. 

Our Ted Talk is Live!

Our Ted Talk is Live!

One of our CancerQ Co-Founders, Zach Weismann, recently gave a Ted Talk at TedxPlano earlier this month. 

The video is now live and we are excited to share with you! 

Watch below as Zach describes what it means to be a 'momma's boy' in today's society, how we can redefine what it means to be a man and to give care to others. 

If the message resonates, please share with others!

CancerQ Ted Talk!

CancerQ Ted Talk!

This Saturday, one of our Co-Founders, Zach Weismann, will be giving a Ted Talk at TedxPlano! 

Zach will be discussing caregiving, it's challenges and opportunities, as well as the motivation and inspiration behind CancerQ. 

The event has sold out to an audience of over 300 people! 

Together is Courage Video

Together is Courage Video

Our CancerQ Together is Courage video is now live! The animated video does a great job highlighting and explaining our product, the CQ Dashboard. Think of it as your cancer fighting headquarters - both for those families currently facing cancer and for those who have faced cancer in the past. 

Check it out, and don't forget to sign up for our Dashboard! www.cqdashboard.com 

Announcing our CancerQ Dashboard!

Announcing our CancerQ Dashboard!

BIG NEWS. 

We have launched our first CancerQ product, The CQ Dashboard in partnership with LIFT Creations!

When our family faced cancer, there were some major challenges we encountered. Do any of these sound familiar?

CancerQ Launch Party!

CancerQ Launch Party!

Join us April 20th at 6:30 PM as we launch our first product, our CancerQ Dashboard!

In partnership with The Grove Dallas Coworking, Lift Creations, and Red House Coffee, we are hosting a free night of big announcements, drinks, and networking with design and healthtech leaders in the Dallas Fort-Worth Community. 

From A Founder

From A Founder

CancerQ Co-Founder, Zach Weismann, opens up about when he and his brother & Co-Founder, Bradley, lost their mom to cancer, the struggles that ensued, and the motivation behind CancerQ. Article originally appeared on Medium, February 16, 2016. 

"My Mom Wasn't Supposed to Die" 

“Not her, not now,” I would tell myself.

Having A Happy & Prepared Holiday?

Having A Happy & Prepared Holiday?

Are you prepared for the holidays? 

When we said "prepared" did you think of the last minute gifts, presents, or cards you still need to get? Or did you think about your health and the healthcare of loved ones, family and friends?