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Uniting to improve cancer outcomes

In recognition and celebration of Pfizer and Seagen coming together, we are proud to collaborate with the American Cancer Society to tackle inequalities in cancer care. Together, we recently launched a new multi-year initiative to help improve health outcomes in medically underrepresented communities across the United States by enhancing awareness of and access to cancer screenings, clinical trial opportunities and patient support and navigation.

We are proud to partner with the American Cancer Society on a community-focused initiative to reach people with cancer where they are and connect them to resources to receive the care they deserve.

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Uniting to improve

Advancing with science

Pfizer’s dedicated oncology team is urgently working to discover, test, and deliver transformative treatments for some of the world’s most prevalent cancers.

Explore the cancer areas that Pfizer is focused on, including the challenges of these diseases and how Pfizer is working to develop the treatments to overcome them.

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Illustration of breast cancer cells


Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the U.S. with 1 in 8 women and a small percentage of men having...

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Illustration of prostate cancer cells


Prostate, bladder, and kidney cancer are three of the most common cancers in the U.S. For over a decade, Pfizer has been developing...

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Illustration of cancerous cells in leukemia


Nearly 100,000 cases of hematological (blood) cancer are diagnosed in the U.S. every year, which includes multiple myeloma...

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Illustration of cancerous cells in thoracic


Thoracic cancer is any cancer that develops within the chest, the most common being lung cancer – which is the leading cause of...

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Stories of strength

Discover the inspiring stories of real people living with cancer.

Portrait of Derrik, cancer survivor video_id: 6345934192112


Derrick shares his personal story of his clinical trial participation, offering hope and inspiration to others.

Portrait of Cynthia, cancer survivor video_id: 6345933047112


Cynthia shares her journey and message of living life to the fullest, embracing healing, and leaving a lasting light for others to follow.

Portrait of Jordan, cancer survivor Video_id: 6345933824112


Jordan's path to medical school, coupled with a cancer diagnosis, has been a journey marked by resilience and the unwavering support of loved ones.

Portrait of Lindsay, cancer survivor Video_id: 6345892869112


Lindsay, an oncology nurse, faced the diagnosis of stage III colorectal cancer at age 33, but her experience has given her a deeper understanding and empathy for her patients.

Here’s to science. Here’s to the
next fight.

Yesterday’s breakthroughs help make a world where people with cancer live better and longer lives possible. As we celebrate over 175 years of impacting people's lives, we invite you to learn more about some of history’s scientific pioneers.

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Crucial catch. American Cancer Society. Accessed January 25, 2024.