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There is no need to suffer in silence.

Pain is the body’s way of telling us something is wrong.

It is important to share the description of the pain intensity with the medical team: they might be able to offer some solutions.

Ask in the professional group in the app

The power of the community

The voice of Belong users
"I am so grateful to read all these positive posts from people.

It always gives me hope that someday I may be cancer free.

Each and everyone of you are courageous, brave, and so positive it really helps so much.

I just want to say "Thank you".

Join us in the Belong community.

Clinical Trial Matching

When coping with cancer, a clinical trial can sometimes be the best or the only way to receive cutting-edge medical treatment.

The Belong professional and skilled team assists patients from all over the world to find relevant clinical trials according to their unique medical profile, needs and requirements.
This is a free, no obligation service provided by Belong.
Read more in the professional group
"Find clinical trials"
our team will be happy to assist you

Cancer Day

Sending you a virtual hug on this World Cancer Day.
Throughout the year the Belong.Life world-renowned experts stand in unity with all the Belong warriors.
Be well, live long- Belong- Beating Cancer Together.


I lost my hair, lost my nails, battled against neuropathy, muscle and joint pain, insomnia, self-pity, and depression.
But, through this all I am now cancer free.
It always helps to reach.

A Love Letter

To all the couples going through this journey, we would like to share this letter with you, written by a woman to her husband.

We hope it brings you hope and inspiration.

Breast Cancer Q&A

With Dr. Daniel Vorobiof Renowned Oncologist & Breast Cancer Specialist, Medical Director at Belong.Life

- Instagram Live October 27, 2020 -

covid19 & cancer

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have serious implications for cancer patients Read more for Dr. Vorobiof’s latest contributions to the fight to keep those affected by cancer informed on the impact of COVID-19.