The National LGBT Cancer Project  is our country’s first  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender cancer survivor support and advocacy nonprofit organization. Our online support group community, Out With Cancer, is committed to improving the health of LGBT cancer survivors with peer to peer support, patient navigation, education and advocacy.

Out With Cancer’s volunteers include oncologists, social workers and psychologists.  Many of us are cancer survivors or family members of cancer survivors.  All of us are united in our fight against cancer and in support of equal and appropriate access to health care for our LGBT community.

  • On, you will find patient and doctor written articles about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people diagnosed with cancer, research references and resources for our national cancer survivor community. The National LGBT Cancer Project  is the premier voice of LGBT cancer survivors in the United States.


Cancer isn’t our only problem. It’s our worst problem. Read More


Cancer is in our family. Don’t tell us I can’t visit her in the hospital.  Read More


I have Testicular Cancer. Don’t treat me like a boy. Read More


We hold each others hands in front of our Doctor. We’re fighting cancer, together. Read More


Freedom means living my life as I am. Don’t tell me I caused my Anal Cancer. Read More

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My husband and I have breast cancer. Don’t tell us that’s not possible. Read More