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Diane’s Story Update, March 2017

Part 2—Diane’s story update, March 2017:   It will soon be 2 years since I was was diagnosed with carcinosarcoma (April 2015). I wanted to provide an update of where I am and what is going on with the GCS Project.   Clinically, I am pretty much the same. I am under the care of […]

Posted: March 20, 2017 | View More »

Clinical Trials – Leads and Recommendations

As we come across any information on Clinical Trials, we will post them here. We also encourage you to share any information with us by posting on our Forum by clicking here or sending us a message via our Contact Us page. Please Share!   11/20/2019 Click here for PDF of current trials updated November […]

Posted: November 28, 2017 | View More »

Knowledge truly is power – and part of our mission is to provide the correct information about gynecologic carcinosarcoma (GCS), also known as malignant mixed Müllerian tumor (MMMT).   Visit our “WHAT IS GCS / MMMT?” page to read more details about this type of cancer and it’s treatment options. Click Here   Message from Diane: […]

Posted: November 13, 2017 | View More »

The GCS Project is a 501c3 Organization

(updated 1/27/18) The GCS Project has received approval from the IRS to become a 501(c)(3)!    Why is it important for The GCS Project to become a 501c3?    Obtaining 501c3 status enables the GCS Project to become eligible for grants and other public and private allocations available only to IRS-recognized,501(c)(3) organizations. In addition, when and organization has obtained […]

Posted: August 8, 2017 | View More »

Thank You Kevin! $5500 Raised for GCS

  On May 7th, Kevin Schieferstein ran the Pittsburgh Marathon to raise money for the GCS Project. He raised $5500! Kevin, we cannot thank you enough for your support. What an amazing run!  

Posted: May 11, 2017 | View More »

Clinical Trials

 We see some clinical trials in the future: The major research being performed at the Broad Institute (Broad Institute Link – Click Here) in Boston is scheduled to be completed in the next 8-12 weeks. Once the data is collected, data analysis will take another 4-6 weeks. The analysis of the data will yield potential targets for […]

Posted: October 2, 2017 | View More »