Friday, September 23, 2016

Stupid Cancer Founder Matthew Zachary's Story



After surviving brain cancer as a 21-year-old, Matthew Zachary founded Stupid Cancer in 2007 to address the 72,000 new diagnoses of young adult cancer each year. It has since grown in to the largest US charity providing advocacy, research and support for the often neglected group of 15 - 39-year-olds.

We spoke to the self-described ‘global healthcare disruptor and Chief Angry Officer’ about his story and how patients are treated.

Matthew is speaking at Partnerships in Clinical Trials Europe in Vienna on 16 November 2016. Join over 1000 clinical trials industry leaders at the two day event - find out more here






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