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‘How long do I have?' A website on cancer survival rates, from the co-founder of GoodRx, seeks to provide clarity

1 month ago   |   By STAT

Talking about cancer is hard. Talking about your chances of surviving cancer is even harder.
Now one of the entrepreneurs behind the drug-pricing information site GoodRx wants to make conversations about cancer easier with a new site called CancerSurvivalRates.com. Launched this month, its mission is to make information about cancer prognoses more accessible to patients and families. The idea is to improve on what people can find on the internet or even sometimes in their doctors' offices, co-founder and drug supply chain veteran Stephen Buck said.
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