Our Growing list of Research partners
CancerLife has partnered with several world class organizations who are also committed to the mission of improving cancer patients, survivors and caregivers' quality of life... around the world. Our platform can be "white labeled" and offered to your members with your logo front and center on their phones. We are happy to be your technology provider managing and developing the technology behind you. Contact us to learn more.
John Wayne Cancer Institute
John Wayne Cancer Institute is a world class research facility based in Santa Monica, CA and is part of the Providence Health System. Providence is the third largest health system in the USA. We are proud to partner with such an innovative team of cancer care experts. John Wayne is sponsoring and running our Clinical Trial. More information can be found on our research page.
IBM Watson and CancerLife
Cancerlife has been approved to be a developer for IBM Watson which will enables us to bring the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the CancerLife Platform. Currently we are already "live" and using the IBM Watson platform to analyze thousands of users data using machine learning algorithms to uncover deeper incites into how cancer treatments impact patient's Quality of Life. The opportunities are limitless and we would like to personally thank the Watson team for directly working with on this project!
Cancer Support Community and Gilda Club
Cancer Support Community is one of the oldest Cancer Support Organizations in the country providing community and social support for thousands patients and survivors in the Greater Philadelphia Area. We are thrilled to be partner with them to help them expand their mission with a platform that allows patients to support each other 24/365 inside our online community.
"CancerLife is powerful tool for patients going through treatment. Our members are really excited about it!" - Kelly Harris CEO - Philadelphia Region
The Center for Neuroeconomic Studies is the research lab of Dr. Paul Zak world leading scientist on the brain chemical Oxytocin, which Paul named the "love molecule" which drives human connection and trust. His lab will help CancerLife measure the emotional and physical impact of content that will improve cancer outcomes. Watch His TED talk below as he discuss the importance of Oxytocine in human wellbeing.