Fresh thinking, inspiration, and news from the Navihood

Jul 17, 2019

How Cancer Research Translates Into Survival

The summer months mark the time when many pharmacologists, epidemiologists, and oncologists often learn whether they were awarded funding to continue their research. Funding for clinical trials and investigations are crucial to helping scientists keep their studies, experiments, and analyses running. It’s an understatement to say research is difficult work, and the people doing the […]

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Jun 24, 2019

LGBTQIA+ cancer survivors report worse health post-treatment than heterosexual survivors; gap in unique survivorship care

LGBTQIA+ cancers survivors report worse health post-treatment compared with heterosexual survivors. Partners report a lack of customized support options. Can oncology care meet the growing needs of this patient population?

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Jun 17, 2019

Conflicting data on oncologist comfort and confidence/knowledge in treating LGBTQIA+ patients widens the communication gap

Conflicting survey data exemplifies disparities in oncologist comfort and confidence/knowledge in treating those in the LGBTQIA community. What’s the key to closing the gap and creating informative provider/patient conversations? As established in our previous posts, critical health disparities in the LGBTQIA+ population are perpetuated by gaps in understanding, confidence, and knowledge from the medical professionals […]

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Jun 10, 2019

Studies suggest the LGBTQIA+ community is at higher risk for certain types of cancer; critical need for screening and prevention

Recent data on certain cancers has revealed that the LGBTQIA+ community may be at a higher risk. Is today’s healthcare community equipped to provide and respond to the specific needs of this patient population? Our previous blog highlighted conclusions from the March 2019 Schabath et al study that measured oncologist comfort and knowledge with, and […]

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Jun 3, 2019

Significant unmet healthcare needs, discrimination, and disparity exists within the LGBTQIA+ community

When we begin to work in a new disease state, we usually start by identifying the unmet needs in that space. Often we find outdated guidelines or a complete lack of guidelines, gaps in an established standard of care or, maybe, no standard of care at all, where one is desperately needed. While significant advances […]

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Feb 1, 2019

World Cancer Day – February 4, 2019

February 4th is World Cancer Day. NAVICOR’s goal is to go beyond treatment to turn patients into survivors. To us, cancer is personal. We have all been touched by cancer and have made it our mission to use our creative power to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients. Join us on World […]

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Nov 20, 2018

Lung Cancer Awareness

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in both men and women—it does not discriminate. It often has no symptoms until it has already metastasized, and its symptoms are often representative of several other common illnesses, which makes it difficult to catch. Lung cancer screening is recommended for a […]

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Jul 23, 2018

Putting the Spotlight on Sarcoma

This July, NAVICOR is putting the spotlight on sarcoma. Sarcoma is a cancer that starts in the connective tissues in the body, broadly grouped into two main groups: bone or soft tissue. Since our bodies are composed of various connective tissue structures, there are over 50 distinct sarcoma subtypes. Sarcomas can originate in tissue that […]

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Dec 9, 2017

Rich D’Ginto: What Agency of the Year means to me

Many people win when we won Agency of the Year. Our clients work very diligently to find advancements in oncology, which should be celebrated. It’s an honor in itself to work on such meaningful therapies. At NAVICOR, we focus our efforts on meaningful brands that can produce measurable outcomes. We never lose sight of the […]

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Aug 16, 2017

Dave Querry: What Agency of the Year means to me

Being recognized as Agency of the Year is a truly humbling experience—and a testament to the balance of creativity and sensitivity in the highly scientific and emotionally charged arena of oncology. At Navicor, we found this balance through a singular and focused passion—being the very best at communications and making a difference in oncology. With […]

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