ICAN at a Glance

five star  Five star ratings on VolunteerMatch and GreatNonprofits!

Featured on Cincinatti.com (part of the USA Today Network), Newsweek and Pharmaceutical Executive

International Cancer Advocacy Network is a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt charitable organization providing direct patient navigation for Stage IV cancer cases throughout the United States and in more than 50 countries to date. ICAN is a global network consisting of a small staff and more than 1100 volunteers, the leadership of which spans 17 time zones.

With your generous support, we are working to expand our:

If you would like to fund and name a special program in honor or in memory of your loved one; or if you would like to join ICAN’s Leadership Council (only four meetings per year), please call us at: 602-861-3777 or email us at boardgovernance@askican.org.


This website is certified by Health On the Net Foundation. Click to verify. This site complies with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information:
verify here.

Search only trustworthy HONcode health websites:

Federal Tax I.D.: EIN 86-0818253 | CA Registry of Charitable Trusts: CT0208668 | WA Charities: 37195

This website provides information about ICAN's Personalized Medicine Cancer Case Navigation Programs, while it also describes ICAN's multi-faceted mission, unique vision, and respected values. Intended for use by the general public. This site also offers more in-depth information for target populations who may benefit from ICAN's Program Services such as ICAN patients, their caregivers and medical teams — along with those healthcare professionals and researchers who are involved with ICAN's medical and scientific councils.

The health news displayed on this site are chosen by our team of M.D.s, PhDs, and ICAN's President and CEO, who is an Affiliate Member of ASCO, Read more...

the American Society of Clinical Oncology; AMP, the Association for Molecular Pathology; and AACR, the American Association for Cancer Research.

Information contained herein is therefore not intended to substitute for or supersede any advice that a patient receives from his/her health professional and is not intended to compromise in any way the patient-physician relationship. ICAN strongly believes that all medical decisions need to be made, via shared decision-making, by the patient and his/her medical team.